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How to efficiently feed cattle through the winter

December 8, 2014 State
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(INDEPENDENCE – Dec. 8, 2014) Most cattle operations are made up of spring calving cows, fall calving cows or both.  Also with the herd rebuilding process taking place cattle producers [...]

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Marshall retailer sells $100,000 Lottery ticket

December 8, 2014 State
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A Marshall resident has an extra $100,000 for this holiday season, thanks to a lucky Missouri Lottery Scratchers ticket. Rustum Natividad, 45, purchased his top-prize winning “Silver & Gold” Scratchers [...]

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Patrol urges safety during Christmas holiday season

December 8, 2014 State
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Many Missourians will be making special plans for the Christmas holidays. Is safe, crash-free travel part of your plans? If not, it should be! Check your vehicle before you travel [...]

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Sedalia man killed in head-on crash

December 8, 2014 State
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A two-vehicle crash that occurred in Pettis County on Route HH, east of Route EE, has claimed the life of a Sedalia man. Brian R. Barr, 41, Sedalia, was pronounced [...]

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Microloan cap grows to $50,000

December 5, 2014 State
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Missouri Farm Service Agency State Executive Director Mark Cadle reminds farmers and ranchers that the FSA borrowing limit for microloans increased from $35,000 to $50,000. Microloans offer borrowers simplified lending [...]

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MSF ‘Youth in Ag’ scholarship apps now available

December 4, 2014 State
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The Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture scholarship application for current Missouri high school seniors is now available online at Missouri State Fair and Missouri State Fair Foundation. Applications [...]

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ACLU challenges Grain Valley’s practice of prosecuting drivers for flashing headlights

December 4, 2014 State
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KANSAS CITY, MO – The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri (ACLU of Missouri) is challenging the City of Grain Valley’s policy of pulling over drivers who use their headlights [...]

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