The Mississippi State University Extension Service is offering weekly training on disaster preparation for the food and agricultural sectors.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- The North Mississippi Beef Expo is a premier venue for anyone who wants the latest updates on cattle markets and beef production research at Mississippi State University.
Hosted by the MSU Extension Service, the two-day event will be held Oct. 22 at the Tippah County Fairgrounds in Ripley and Oct. 23 at the Batesville Civic Center.
Cottage food laws enacted to allow new entrepreneurs to start small-scale food businesses in their homes were updated recently to stay current with the business climate.
September is National Rice Month! So, let’s celebrate with some great tasting rice recipes that have been featured on the blog.
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Neal Smith grew up in Picayune in Pearl River County and has lived in Ohio for 27 years. As the chief executive officer and executive secretary for the American Jersey Cattle Association, Smith has been able to stay connected to the reason he joined 4-H as a child—his love of dairy cattle. He first joined 4-H because he wanted to show his Jersey calf at the Pearl River County Fair.
Rice is one of Mississippi’s only commodities to be grown, milled, packaged, sold, and eaten right here in the state. And, for decades, the annual Rice Tasting Luncheon in Cleveland, Mississippi, has allowed local residents to show off their best rice-based dishes at Delta State University in Bolivar County, which produces more than 1.5 million hundredweight of rice annually.
He joined the US Marine Corps to serve and protect the country, and, as a Marine in Iraq, Lance McElhenney felt 10 feet tall and bulletproof.