Agriculture

Agriculture Page for December 10th PDF attachment
That was the title of Andrew McKean's article on page 24 of the latest issue of Outdoor Life Magazine.  ( If you don't subscribe, you should give it a try. It's published four times a year now and is always crammed full of good writing and interesting articles. www.outdoorlife.com ) This particular...
My grand dad always refer to them as “Jay Birds” . They were common and robbed a lot of corn out of the gallon can he had nailed up in maple tree for a squirrel feeder, and they were pretty bold about it. I'm sure he kind of enjoyed them but he thought they got a lot of the squirrels handouts. Blue...
The Firearms deer season got underway this weekend with dry warm conditions. The opening of the Fall firearms season means the first half of the archery deer season has concluded. A quick look at the totals shows that 55,288 deer were taken by archers in the Sept15 – November 13 portion of the...
 After a run of unseasonably warm weather, it looks like a pretty average November forecast for firearms deer hunters on Saturday November 14th. Deer activity has been slowed down by abnormally warm weather the last couple of weeks, hampering the best laid plans of archery deer hunters in the Show...
 On Sunday, November 1st, Missouri's quail season will open. Excited bird dogs will jump out of their dogs boxes to the sound of equally excited hunters sliding shells into their shotguns and as they pull on their blaze orange vests and caps. Opening day is a big deal for the hunters and the dogs...
Another October has flown by. November is a good month in its on right, but I'm always a little reluctant to see October go. With the turning of the calendar, the fall turkey firearms season came to and end. How did the season go? Well, the MDC harvest Reports page indicates that we have reached a...
It’s been probably fifty years since it happened, but I still remember the incident. I was walking on a narrow dirt path made by my friends sheep to crossed a wooded ditch.  We had taken the short cut from his old house to where his folks had built their new place on the hill. The brush had...
Photo by MDC Staff, courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation.  Noppadol Paothong
People in the Cameron area are very familiar with the sight of turkey vultures soaring in our summer sky. Turkey vultures (sometimes called buzzards) are nature’s garbage disposal. They feed almost exclusively on carrion. Contrary to common belief, they do not kill their prey. They do prefer...
Agriculture Page for June 25th PDF attachment

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