CAFNR hosts events across the state to ensure farmers are informed with the latest science-based information for their unique soil and climatic conditions.
Events connect farmers to the latest agricultural science
Graduates return to the sport they love
Competitive softball has been a big part of the lives of CAFNR employees Melissa Daniels and Kimberly Martin.
Taking the long view for sustaining Missouri's soils
Peter Scharf discusses the status of Missouri's topsoil, changes in erosion pressures and how Missouri farmers can sustain the resource for generations.
CAFNR panel discusses strategies to meet global challenges
Two billion. That’s the projected global population growth by 2050. It’s the equivalent of adding more than six times the current U.S. population to the planet. Feeding 9 billon people while conserving natural resources, improving global health and fostering greater equality were a few of the many challenges discussed at the recent Board for International [...]
Andrew Scaboo works to bring healthy, high yielding soybean varieties to Missouri fields.
In a non-descript building in central Missouri, Andrew Scaboo works to turn humble seeds into the next big beans. Glycine max, or soybeans, is Missouri’s most important crop, generating nearly $2 billion in annual revenue.