Agriculture

Establishments engaged in providing services to agricultural establishments and landowners including soil preparation, crop services, farm management, equipment, and landscape and horticultural services.


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Consumers Oil Co.

www.consumersoilmaryville.com

Full Service Agriculture Cooperative supplying the City and Rural Communities.

101 N. Depot
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-2106

  • Agriculture
  • Tire Dealers
  • Propane

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Farmers National Company

www.farnersnational.com

1321 E. 4th St
Maryville, MO 64468
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712-371-4873

  • Agriculture
  • Realtors/ Property Management
  • Farm Consulting

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FCS Financial

www.myfcsfinancial.com

As a member-owned cooperative, FCS Financial has been lending money and support for more than 100 years to those who call rural Missouri home. We focus on our customer’s needs because we believe in growing relationships and creating opportunities that help Missouri’s farmers, ranchers and rural communities succeed

Thousands of Missouri’s farmers and farm-related businesses have chosen us as their trusted lending source because we understand agriculture, know what it takes to build and keep an agricultural business on solid financial footing and have experienced the ins and outs as well as the ups and downs of the ag industry.

But we’re more than experts in rural financing. We’re experts in rural living. Most of us grew up on farms or in rural communities. And many of us still live there today. We understand it because we live it. We know what draws people to the country and what is involved in financing the rural lifestyle. We’re happy to provide information and an insider’s perspective on virtually all aspects of rural living.

Whether your family has been around for generations or you’re new to the area, we invite you to get to know us. And to let us get to know you.

Visit www.myfcsfinancial.comtoday to learn more or follow up on Twitter @FCSFinancial

 

27186 282nd St.
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-6464
Fax: 660-582-6467

  • Agriculture
  • Loans
  • Financial Services

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Lettuce Dream, Inc.

www.lettucedream.org

Non-Profit

PO Box 272
1623 E. 2nd Street
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-224-2203

  • Agriculture
  • Non-Profit Organizations: NPO
  • Job Training

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MFA Agri-Service

www.maryvillemfa.com

Retail Agribusiness handling grain, feed, fertilizer, crop protection, farm supplies.

221 N. Depot
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-2102

  • Agriculture

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Milne-Dinsdale Seed, LLC

www.milnedinsdaleseed.com

Independently owned seed dealership with custom seed treatment system. Full-time agronomist on staff. Reliable, unbiased consultation. Service out of two locations in Northwest Missouri.

25778 Hawk Rd
Maryville, MO 64468
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816-351-4420

  • Agriculture

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Nodaway County Farm Bureau Insurance Services

1312 S. Main
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-8129

  • Agriculture
  • Insurance
  • Investments

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Nodaway County Soil and Water Conservation District

https://mosoilandwater.land/nodaway

 

Missouri Soil and Water Conservation Districts

The State Soil and Water Districts Commission was created in 1943 to administer the soil and water conservation districts and formulate policies and general programs for the saving of Missouri soil and water through the county soil and water conservation districts. Missouri joined the movement to localize soil and water efforts when Harrison County formed the first soil and water conservation district in 1944. In 1996, Washington County became the last of Missouri's 114 counties to organize as a district.

The Soil and Water Conservation Program carries out the policies of the Soil and Water Districts Commission following the Soil and Water Districts Law (Chapter 278, RSMo). The program promotes good farming techniques that help keep soil on the fields, our waters clean and conserves the productivity of Missouri’s working lands.

Each soil and water conservation district is governed by a board of five supervisors, responsible for all district actions and employees. Four supervisors on each board are resident county agricultural landowners or their legal representative elected to serve four-year terms. The fifth is a representative from University of Missouri Extension.

In 1982, Missouri was losing soil at a rate of 10.9 tons per acre each year on cropland, one of the highest rates of erosion in the nation. In order to reduce soil erosion, improve water quality as well as support Missouri state parks, Missouri voters passed a one-tenth-of-one-percent sales tax in 1984, now called the Parks, Soils and Water Sales Tax.  The tax funds are divided equally between the Department of Natural Resources Soil and Water Conservation Program and Missouri State Parks. Slightly more than two-thirds of Missouri voters renewed the tax in 1988 and 1996, and 70.8 percent voted in favor in 2006. In 2016, all 114 counties approved the sales tax renewal resulting in the highest approval to date at 80.1 percent.

Missouri’s soil and water program is a role model for the nation. Other states envy Missouri for its dedicated tax and support of soil and water conservation. Since 1982, Missouri’s soil erosion rate dropped more than any other state with more than 10 million acres of cropland. It is estimated that more than 179 million tons of soil have been saved since passage of the sales tax.

The sales tax provides financial incentives that share the cost between the farmer and the state of implementing the installation of soil and water conservation practices that prevent or control excessive soil erosion and protect water quality.

Missouri has come a long way since the sales tax was first approved in 1984; however, there is still work to be completed. Issues affecting soil health, soil erosion, water quality can have detrimental effects on Missouri’s natural resources and agricultural productivity. Research and water quality monitoring can help verify that soil and water conservation practices are working as intended. With your continued support, we can help make Missouri an even better place to live, work and enjoy the outdoors.

502 West South Hills Drive
Suite 101
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-7125
Fax: 855-835-0063

  • Non-Profit Organizations: NPO
  • Conservation
  • Agriculture

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University of Missouri Extension

www.extension.missouri.edu/nodaway

 Some of the services provided by the extension office:

 Agricuture custom rates, land rental rates; soil testing for residential and commercial plots; pressure gauge testing;  gardening;  4-H participation and registration; private pesticide licenses (renewal & new).  

 

403 North Market Street
Room 308
Maryville, MO 64468
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660-582-8101
Fax: 660-562-2011

  • Education
  • Non-Profit Organizations: NPO
  • Agriculture

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Ziegler Ag Equipment

www.zieglerag.com

Farm machinery dealer, sales, parts and service.  AGCO products, Lexion combines, Application equipment.  We provide on-the-farm service and product support for ag machines.  We also provide after hours parts and service. 

22761 US Highway 71
Maryville, MO 64468
Map

660-582-5150
Fax: 660-582-3443

  • Farm Machinery
  • Agriculture
  • Tractors

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