Local Farmers Earn Top State Honors In The National Corn Growers Association Contest

Two Chillicothe Farmers earned top honors for the State of Missouri in the National Corn Growers Association 2020 contests. Kenny Troy Toedebusch of Chillicothe placed First in the state in the Conventional Irrigated Class, with a yield of 308.4093 bushels per acre. Randy Price of Chillicothe placed Third in the state in the Conventional Non‐Irrigated Class, with a yield of […]

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Benefits Of Warm Season Grasses

Area producers can learn the value of establishing native warm-season grasses for livestock grazing by attending a virtual program on February 18th, from 11 am to Noon.  The Missouri Department of Conservation, NRCS, and MFA are partnering for this 45-minute virtual program which will feature insights from experts on how native warm-season grasses can serve as valuable forage for livestock, […]

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Grand River Multipurpose Center Receives $2,500 Donation

The Grand River Multipurpose Center is the recipient of a $2,500 donation from the “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” program.  A local farmer, Palma Jean Allen, was entered in the contest to direct where the donation would go, and she chose the Grand River Multipurpose Center. Grand River Multipurpose Center will use the “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” donation, sponsored by Bayer […]

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