University of Missouri news
Three superior members of the Illinois Agri-Women were honored with awards during the group’s annual meeting.
In some instances, two heads are better than one. For a new multiregional research effort, five organizations put their heads together to achieve full genetic yield potential of the soybean.
Neil Caskey, a long-time professional in the agricultural arena, has been tapped to lead the National Corn Growers Association as its new CEO, according to the organization’s board of directors.
The United Soybean Board announced the award of $1.1 million to the Purdue University Food Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing Institute for a joint project working to build infrastructure and connectivity for small- and medium-scale processing of soy-based value-added products.
U.S. farmers’ and ranchers’ increasing dependence on off-farm employment and income reveals the growing economic interconnection of rural communities and surrounding cities.
Sarah Low will serve as the next head of the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
FFA members with projects that include managing crops, raising pigs, goats, rabbits and puppies, as well as experiments with cattle were honored during the Stars over Illinois event held on the second day of the 94th Illinois FFA State Convention.
For the first time, Illinois Beef Association will be hosting its Summer Conference and Annual Meeting in conjunction with the Illinois Forage and Grassland Council Forage Expo on June 7-8 in Macomb.
Federal inspectors have confirmed the presence of bird flu in a flock of commercial broiler chickens in southeastern Missouri’s Stoddard County.
Concerns about lofty input prices and the limited availability of fertilizer this spring have some corn growers planning to plant soybeans back-to-back.
Two Midwest states, traditionally strong in pork production, came from behind in regards to increases in the U.S. swine breeding herd going into 2022.
The Animal Agriculture Alliance announced that registration is open for the 2022 Stakeholders Summit, themed “Come Together for Animal Ag: Be Informed, Be Ready, Be Here!”
Soybean cyst nematode continues to move into new geographies with the expansion of soybean acres.
Twenty-five years ago, a normal day on the farm turned upside down for Brian Fleischmann, a farmer from Cole County, Missouri.
Soybean oil demand in the food processing and cooking industry began losing its foothold in the marketplace over a decade ago, and researchers have found an answer in SOYLEIC trait technology.