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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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Managing Forests and Timber

The Wurdack Research Center, in Cook Station, Mo., has nearly 1,200 acres, 260 of which are pastures and forage production fields. The rest of the acreage is made up of upland hardwood forest. The Wurdack Research Center Field Day will begin with registration at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 7. Photo by Logan Jackson. Those two areas of research, along with several others, will be covered…

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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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