Events


Broadening the Horizon

Wurdack Research Center field day offers extensive information

Attendees of the annual Wurdack Research Center field day were able to learn about everything from ticks to timber to wildlife damage management on Friday, Oct. 6. The field day featured several presentations, as well as an opportunity to meet Christopher Daubert, Vice Chancellor and Dean of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Daubert began his duties on…

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‘A Local Resource’

Wurdack Research Center field day set for Oct. 6

The Wurdack Research Center is made up of some 1,200 acres – the majority of which includes upland hardwood forest. The rest of those acres are made up of Meramec River bottom soil and provides demonstration and research of rotational grazing practices, novel fescue and cattle husbandry. The Center’s annual field day will feature presentations on the research taking place across Wurdack. The…

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Thinking Outside of the Box

Wurdack Research Center Field Day focuses on a variety of topics

The Wurdack Research Center brought a diverse group of topics to its annual Field Day on Friday, Oct. 7, in Cook Station. Topics at Wurdack, one of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources’ Agricultural Research Centers, included forage, timber, beekeeping, growing mushrooms and antibiotics. “Topic relevance is probably most important, that and the…

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Improving Farm Productivity

Wurdack Research Center Field Day covers numerous agricultural topics

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 the event. Numerous agricultural topics were presented on and discussed during the annual Wurdack Research Center Field Day, including hay storage methods. “I’ve hoped we could raise the…

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Wurdack Field Day offers forage and silvopasture research, honors a friend

Attendees at the MU Wurdack Research Center had the opportunity to examine a wide range of forest … Expand ▸Attendees at the MU Wurdack Research Center had the opportunity to examine a wide range of forest products. In a 2006 study, it was estimated that the Missouri Forest Product Industries annually contribute $4.32 billion to Missouri’s economy. "In addition…

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