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We are excited to welcome new and returning producers to our 2nd annual Ag Research Expo at the Fisher Delta Research, Extension adn Education Center! This is a free event designed for local producers, held at the Lee Farm property (TT Hwy, Portageville, MO 63873).



7 a.m. Registration begins

  • Join us for coffee and donuts.
  • Chat with local producers and visit vendor booths to stay up-to-date on all kinds of ag equipment, technology and innovation.

8 a.m. Program begins

  • Take self-guided tours highlighting our research programs.
  • Participate in hands-on, interactive discussions with researchers, grad students and industry partners as you navigate the tour.
  • Experience in-field equipment demonstrations of the latest technology.
  • Hear market outlook talks and agronomy updates in Rone Hall.
  • Grab-and-go lunch provided.



Mizzou Researchers

  • Bradley Wilson
  • Justin Calhoun
  • Chase Floyd
  • Justin Chlapecka
  • Feng Lin


MU Extension

  • David Reinbott
  • Scotty Smothers
  • Robyn Chlapecka
  • Anthony Ohmes


Industry Partners

  • BASF

  • Bayer

  • Corteva

  • Progeny

  • Syngenta


  • FMC

  • Southernstates Drone

  • Case IH

  • John Deere



Call us at 573-379-5431 or email


Directions to Lee Farm
From the main Fisher Delta REEC office, continue south on Highway T about 1.3 miles and turn left onto Highway TT. The Lee Farm is located 5 miles east of the of Highway TT and T junction.


About the Fisher Delta Research, Extension, and Education Center 

The T.E. “Jake” Fisher Delta Research, Extension, and Education Center (FD-REEC) was established in 1959 in Portageville, Mo., to provide research and educational programs unique to the Southeast Delta Region of the state and to function as a center for University programs, educational meetings, workshops, short courses, 4-H training, FFA Days and Field Days.


The FD-REEC facilities include 1,119 acres of land at five locations representing the major soil types of the region. Research studies are designed to improve production of crops that are of major importance to the region; namely soybeans, cotton, rice, grain sorghum, wheat, peanuts and possible new crops that could economically benefit the area. Visit the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station to learn more.

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