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SALISBURY, Mo. — For seedstock producers, when to start having production sales can be a big decision. For Charles Henke, the time was right in March 2018. He has a purebred Angus seedstock business, Henke Angus, and also grows row crops on his Chariton County farm.

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Warmer temperatures signal to plants that summer is coming. Anticipating less water, the plants flower early but then lack energy to produce more seeds. Crop yields can decline as a result.

A reader asked if the COVID-19 virus is more dangerous than the ‘common’ flu. Some at the highest government levels have compared the deaths o…

There is a parasite that infects mice and that completely removes their fear of cats. As one might imagine, it is fear that helps keep them sa…