Identifying drivers of corn photosynthesis could influence breeding
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Identifying drivers of corn photosynthesis could influence breeding

Plant leaves are riddled with tiny pores that open to bring in carbon dioxide, the gas converted into sugars through photosynthesis.

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Managed pastures pay dollar returns
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Managed pastures pay dollar returns

When managed well, pastures add dollars to farms. University of Missouri economists report an added output of $125 million per year from using skills taught for management-intensive grazing at grazing schools.

Show-Me-Select program boosts testing rules
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Show-Me-Select program boosts testing rules

New sire selection rules for Show-Me-Select replacement heifers improve reliable calving-ease genetics.

Corn silage, not balage, better option for beef producers
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Corn silage, not balage, better option for beef producers

Corn silage, not balage, better option for beef producers