Southwest Missouri Center was established in 1959 through the purchase of an 898-acre site that represented soil types in this region. Alternative strategies for overcoming fescue toxicosis and the investigation of positive environmental techniques for land application of agricultural and processing wastes such as pasture fertilizers highlight current research.

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  • Bioenergy Research and Education at MU Research Centers [abstract] 

    Reinbott, Tim; Davis, David; Smoot, Randall; Crawford, Jim; Fischer, Thomas "Jake"; Crawford, Richard; Poehlmann, John (2009)
    The MU College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (CAFNR) research centers have began research studies and educational demonstrations to showcase their vast differences in topography and agricultural diversity. ...