Wurdack Research Center

Nestled along the Meramec River near Cook Station in the northeast Ozarks, this Center conducts demonstrations and research in integrated livestock, forages, forestry, agroforestry and wildlife management practices that are economically viable, environmentally sound and sociologically acceptable for the Ozark Region of Missouri. Timber covers most of the acreage, while 260 acres provide the base for forage production, rotational grazing and cattle production. Current research includes programs to improve forage, beef, agroforestry and timber.

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Improving Farm Productivity

COOK STATION, MO. – Guests heard presentations on a variety of agricultural topics during the annual Wurdack Research Center Field Day on Friday, Oct. 2. More than 60 farmers and producers attended…

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Diving Into Agroforestry Topics

The University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry will host two upcoming events at the Wurdack Research Center in Cook Station, Mo. “Introduction to Silvopasture” will run from 3-5:30 p.m. on…

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A Wealth of Information

The annual Wurdack Research Center Field Day will offer guests a look at several agricultural topics, including tall fescue toxicosis, cow genetics and productivity, cover crops, silvopasture and…

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‘Super’ Alumni

From insects to cattle, from cotton to soybeans – the University of Missouri has Agricultural Research Centers across the state studying all areas of agriculture. Of those research centers, which…

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Virtual Tour of Wurdack Research Center