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KINGSVILLE, Mo. — Cattlemen from across Johnson County gathered on March 13 at the Kingsville Livestock Auction to learn about the security a new-to-Missouri traceability program can provide their operations.

As producers watch their roughage supply dwindle fast due to the harsh winter weather, they are anxiously waiting for green grass and the opportunity to move the cattle to pasture. But NDSU Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist Miranda Meehan stressed there are two things …

The Simmental breed has been around since the time of castle building, lords and ladies, serfs and peasants. Early records of the breed docume…

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In December, you might not think much about your garden due to the colder temperatures and snow, which is falling as I write this article. How…

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