"It was a real wet spring, all the crops were late getting in ... about a month late," he said. "It's just been a rough year for farmers, we've seen the two extremes ... it's affected every farm around my area."
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The cattle market is beginning to see some normalcy, something cattlemen have sorely missed the past few months. The recent rains have given hope to those who have not culled their herds yet.
Despite boasting Missouri's number one crop in both acreage and monetary value, Missouri Soybeans hasn't had a major presence at the fair for several years. That will change this time around, MoSoy will have its own set-up in the "Mizzou building" at the state fair.
The AgriStress Help hotline is a “free and confidential service available to Missouri producers and rural families seeking mental health support."
Drought conditions still persist in many parts of Missouri according to the report, with almost 3/4th of the state experiencing some sort of drought. Parts of Southern Missouri are still experiencing extreme drought conditions.
According to the federal state drought tracker, around 50% of Missouri is experiencing a moderate drought with over half of that 50% experiencing a severe drought. The drought spreads from Oregon to Boone Counties, covering a vast swath of the state.
According to the state drought monitor, the southern portion of the state and a swath of the middle portion have been classified as abnormally dry, or dealing with a “moderate drought”. Parts of Carter, Oregon, Ripley and Howell counties, which sit on the Missouri-Arkansas border, have been classified as dealing with severe drought.
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who had to grow up fast. It’s not your typical fairy tale story, but it’s one that is a bit more familiar than any tale featuring an omnipotent godmother.
Cargill Incorporated, one of the world's largest agricultural processing companies, has announced plans for a soybean processing plant in Pemiscot County.
"The mission for Bollinger County and many other Missouri communities is clear: Deliver broadband access to unserved homes and businesses and do it quickly."