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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.
Improve your Missouri farm's wildlife habitat by disking strips through a field during fall or spring.
This page describes how to establish grass-and-legume food plots to attract wildlife to your Missouri property.
In particular, food plots should not be placed in natural communities such as glades, savannas, or prairies.
Learn how to plant large sunflower fields for wildlife on your Missouri property.
Learn to identify and control this invasive grass on your Missouri property.
The reliability of a soil test is only as good as the sample you submit. Browse these tips for collecting a representative soil sample of your property.
Windbreaks can improve wildlife habitat as well as reduce heating bills, provide protection from high winds and snow, and enhance landscape aesthetics.
For optimal livestock gains, plant 20–30 percent of grazing land to native warm-season grasses.
Use mid-contract management practices and other wildlife enhancements to maintain the overall best-habitat conditions for quail and other wildlife on CRP fields.
Our habitat, forest, pond and grassland management booklets help you improve your Missouri rural land for all kinds of wildlife, fishing, grazing and timber.
The careful use of prescribed fire can actually improve your Missouri woods and wildlife habitat, as well as protect life and property.
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