About Us

field day overviewThe Greenley Center was established when Hortense Greenley donated the 700-acre farm to the University. The major objective of the center is to evaluate efficient, profitable crop production in northern Missouri while emphasizing soil conservation, water quality and energy efficiency.

Researchers study the benefits of reduced tillage, alternative cropping practices, the effects of new technology and products, variety testing, soil fertility and beef cattle backgrounding. Studies on water quality and the environmental impact of crop production are being implemented.


Superintendent Donnie Hubble deh476@missouri.edu
Research Agronomist Dr. Kelly Nelson Nelsonke@missouri.edu
Ag Associate II Kim Hall mehlk@umsystem.edu
Office Support Lynn Bradley bradleytl@missouri.edu

Advisory Board

Chairman: Jesse Schwanke
Vice-chairman: Harold Beach
Treasurer: Dan Devlin

Jeff Case John Cauthorn Thomas Christen
David Clark Matt Clark Ned Daggs
Karisha Devlin Zac Erwin Jack Glover
Max Glover Brent Hoerr Roger Hugenberg
Rhett Hunziker Sen. Brian Munzlinger Dan Niemeyer
Bob Perry Clint Prange Paul Quinn
Rep. Craig Redmon Philip Saunders Scot Shivley
Tom Shivley Rep. Lindell Shumake Kenneth Suter
Jaime Triplett Harold Trump Rep. Nate Walker
Dr. Glenn Wehner Dr. Jason Weirich John Wood

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