The MU Dairy Products Evaluation Team grabbed third place overall at the National Dairy Products Evaluation Contest Nov. 4 in Chicago. The contest was hosted by the International Dairy Foods Association at the International Dairy Show.
MU Dairy Team grabs third in national competition
Soybean yields good despite weather challenges
2013 soybean yields were good, a testimony to the resilience of the state’s top row crop.
MU research to help improve conditions in the Dead Zone
Over the next nine years the Center for Agroforestry at the School of Natural Resources will be analyzing runoff water from a dozen farms in Missouri.
Missouri Quality Beef Team recognized for integration of research, education, extension
The Missouri Quality Beef by the Numbers team was awarded the 2013 National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Partnership Award for Mission Integration of Research, Education and Extension. The MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources nominated the team, consisting of David Patterson and Michael Smith (reproductive biologists); Jerry Taylor and Robert Schnabel (geneticists); Monty Kerley (ruminant nutritionist); D. Scott Brown and Joseph Parcell (agricultural economists); Scott Poock (veterinarian); and F. Duane Dailey (journalist). They were honored for outstanding achievement in promoting the improved production of beef through innovative integrated research, education and extension programs in reproduction, genetics and beef cattle management.
Scientists try to understand sugar movement in plants
Plant scientists are borrowing a tool from medicine to unravel how plants fight off an attack.
Resveratrol may block effects of a highly addictive drug
A collaborative MU team shows resveratrol supplements may block the effects of the highly addictive drug methamphetamine.