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  • Solutions for better living : cooking third edition 

    (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    Healthy cooking and eating is important to everyone's health and wellbeing. This magazine covers various health and nutrition topics with an emphasis on healthy cooking. Topics include food safety, savvy shopping and cooking ...
  • Growing Missouri’s aquaculture industry : marketing study 

    Roach, Alice; Rahe, Mallory; Milhollin, Ryan; Horner, Joe; Pierce, Robert; Brune, David; Baker, Maddi; Kientzy, Drew (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    The U.S. Census of Aquaculture estimated $1.5 billion in total sales accrued nationally to producers in 2018. Of all aquaculture sales, 47% originated from food fish sales. Following food fish were mollusks at 29% of all ...
  • Growing Missouri’s aquaculture industry : business models 

    Horner, Joe; Kientzy, Drew; Milhollin, Ryan; Pierce, Robert; Brune, David; Roach, Alice; Rahe, Mallory (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    Designed for aquaculture entrepreneurs, this report provides business model examples to consider before building an aquaculture operation in Missouri. Today, Missouri has a diverse aquaculture industry composed of businesses ...
  • Growing Missouri’s aquaculture industry : trends and outlook 

    Milhollin, Ryan; Ernst, Matt; Horner, Joe; Brown, Paul; Pierce, Robert; Brune, David; Roach, Alice; Rahe, Mallory; Kientzy, Drew (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    This report summarizes aquaculture in Missouri, the U.S. and the world. It highlights aquaculture production and consumption, summarizes U.S. and global aquaculture industry trends and offers further detail about channel ...
  • Growing Missouri’s aquaculture industry : needs assessment 

    Rahe, Mallory; Gordon, Laura; Milhollin, Ryan; Roach, Alice; Horner, Joe; Pierce, Robert; Brune, David; Kientzy, Drew (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    Missouri’s aquaculture industry contains many small but diverse businesses, based on responses from 20 active businesses that participated in a 2023 aquaculture needs assessment survey. Those businesses represented 17 ...
  • Solutions for better living : cooking fourth edition 

    (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2023)
    Healthy cooking and eating is important to everyone's health and wellbeing. This magazine covers various health and nutrition topics with an emphasis on healthy cooking. Topics include food safety, savvy shopping and cooking ...
  • Biology and management of common ragweed 

    Bradley, Kevin; Jordan, Tom; Nice, Glenn; Smeda, Reid; Sprague, Christy; Loux, Mark; Johnson, Bill (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This publication examines the biological characteristics of common ragweed that make it a troublesome weed, and outlines management practices that will help growers better manage the weed and slow the selection of biotypes ...
  • Biology and management of giant ragweed 

    Bradley, Kevin; Johnson, Bill; Loux, Mark; Nordby, Dawn; Sprague, Christy; Nice, Glenn; Westhoven, Andy; Stachler, Jeff (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This publication discusses the biological characteristics that make giant ragweed troublesome, and provides management guidelines that will minimize yield losses and slow the development of glyphosate-resistant ...
  • Understanding glyphosate to increase performance 

    Bradley, Kevin; Hartzler, Bob; Boerboom, Chris; Nice, Glenn; Sikkema, Peter (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "Glyphosate and Roundup Ready crops are popular because they provide consistent, broad-spectrum weed control with minimal risk of crop injury. On occasion, however, growers experience poor weed control with glyphosate, ...
  • Facts about glyphosate-resistant weeds 

    Bradley, Kevin; Boerboom, Chris; Owen, Michael (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This publication describes the status and potential consequences of glyphosate-resistant weeds; and the primary factors that increase the risk of glyphosate resistance, and it encourages growers to use practices that ...
  • Biology and management of waterhemp 

    Bradley, Kevin; Nordby, Dawn; Hartzler, Bob (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This publication provides an overview of the biological characteristics that make waterhemp difficult to manage in agronomic crops. Then it provides management strategies to help growers better manage this weed and slow ...
  • Biology and management of horseweed 

    Bradley, Kevin; Loux, Mark; Stachler, Jeff; Johnson, Bill; Nice, Glenn; Davis, Vince; Nordby, Dawn (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This publication discusses some of the biological characteristics that make horseweed particularly troublesome to control in agronomic crops. Then it provides management strategies, using technologies now available, that ...
  • Transportation of fish in bags 

    Pierce, Robert A. II; Brune, David; Swann, L. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "Fish, shellfish, and plants often are transported in sealed plastic bags containing small quantities of water and pure oxygen. Bag shipment requires placing a prescribed weight of fish in 1.5 to 2 gallons of water in 3 ...
  • 5 steps to buying meat direct from the farm 

    Lutes, Jennifer; Whittaker, Kyle; Meusch, Eric; Hopkins, Rachel; Breshears, Amie (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "If you plan to buy an animal to have processed into packaged meat, then the process can present some learning curves. This publication can help you navigate that process in five steps. Identify desired meat products. ...
  • Distributed energy resources: a primer for Missouri farmers 

    Ernst, Matt; Horner, Joe; Milhollin, Ryan (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2022)
    "This guide offers a research-based, practical introduction for understanding differences between centralized and distributed electricity generation and how distributed energy resources -- including renewables like wind ...
  • Missouri health care availability and outcomes differ regionally 

    Kuhns, Maria; Low, Sarah A. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2021)
    "Communities throughout the U.S. face challenges related to sustaining a health care workforce and providing health care. These concerns are especially relevant to Missouri and its rural areas due to the state’s poor health ...
  • Native forage : a guide to getting the most from your grazing operation 

    (Missouri Department of Conservation, 2021)
    "For the producer, one of the greatest benefits of using native forages is increased weight gain among livestock during late spring and throughout summer. Most pastures contain introduced coolseason grasses (CSG), and it ...
  • Missouri 400-cow dairy and 600-cow dairy business plans 

    Horner, Joe; Milhollin, Ryan; Zulovich, Joseph; Lim, Teng (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2020)
    "This dairy farm business plan is intended to demonstrate one pathway for the next generation of Missouri's dairy farmers. This path involves next generation confinement housing solutions that can improve cow comfort and ...
  • Characteristics of Missouri's food, agriculture and forestry workforce 

    White, Mark; Rahe, Mallory (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2020)
    "Missouri's food, agriculture and forestry industries are an important part of the state's economy, and employ workers in every county. Analyzing available Labor Market Information allows us to better understand the ...
  • Missouri 3,500-cow dairy business plan 

    Horner, Joe; Milhollin, Ryan; Zulovich, Joseph; Lim, Teng (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2020)
    "This dairy farm business plan demonstrates one path forward for the next generation of Missouri's dairy farmers. This path involves producing milk in Missouri with a 3,500-cow single site dairy, a capital and labor efficient ...