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The Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture is coming back to Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, Missouri for its 50th celebration of agriculture. Today, the Missouri Department of Agriculture announced registration is open and the event is set for Nov. 16-17. more
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You may not be able to squeeze blood from a turnip, but you can easily grow this tasty and nutritious vegetable. more
The American black bear is one of the largest and heaviest wild mammals in Missouri. It has a long muzzle with a straight facial profile; rounded, erect ears; rather short, stout legs; and a very short tail practically concealed in the long, heavy fur. For black bears in Missouri, the fur is predominantly glossy black; the muzzle is brown, and there is usually a white patch on the chest. The sexes look much alike, though females are usually smaller than males. Black bears are usually silent but can make a variety of sounds. they may grunt, mumble, squeak, roar, huff, bellow, hum, moan, or purr. more
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Ever since humans began tending to small patches of cultivated ground near their homes, the terms “rain” and “garden” have gone together. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free alternative methods catfish clinic Thursday and Friday, Aug. 3-4, at Truman Lake. MDC experts will discuss catching catfish with set line methods such as jug lines and trot lines. Participants will meet at Truman Lake State Park west of Warsaw. They will go fishing on the lake with expert help. more
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Dogs can be a great tool for conservation-related work. That’s why the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) launched its canine unit in 2021. more
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