For Michael Smith, working at the University of Missouri is all about the students.
Michael Smith honored with teaching award
Scientists battle disease that costs hog industry $800 million
A University of Missouri and Kansas State University team is working to find a cure for a specific virus that affects pigs and costs the hog industry $800 million annually.
Project boosts drought tolerance through soil health
Farmers and homeowners can get free testing at the Organic Field Day Aug. 1 at the Bradford Research Center.
Fungus thrives in warm, wet weather and is toxic to cattle.
Missouri farmers are reporting cattle deaths due to widespread ergot infection of common pasture grasses.
App keeps cattle comfortable and profitable
A new product that can help animal farmers reduce billions of dollars in heat-related losses was recently released by the University of Missouri.
Reductions in populations could harm agriculture
A warmer climate may be causing snakes to become more active and seek more baby birds for food.