Agriculture Programs

Whether you're managing for wildlife or livestock, you can improve your Missouri grasslands for better recreation, aesthetics and profitability. These topics show you how.

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Disking for Wildlife

Improve your Missouri farm's wildlife habitat by disking strips through a field during fall or spring.

Green Browse Food Plots

This page describes how to establish grass-and-legume food plots to attract wildlife to your Missouri property.

Prairie for Hay and Wildlife

Browse management points for better Missouri prairie hay and wildlife habitat.

Sunflowers for Wildlife

Learn how to plant large sunflower fields for wildlife on your Missouri property.

Tall Fescue Control

Learn to identify and control this invasive grass on your Missouri property.

Native Warm-Season Grass Pastures

Add native warm-season grasses to your Missouri pastures to improve summer livestock forage and wildlife habitat.

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Property Reminders

Watch for the reddish orange blooms of the butterfly milkweed along roadsides and in diverse grasslands now through August.

Gray-headed coneflower is a great seed source for quail and good forage for livestock. It blooms now through September.

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