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Upcoming Events

June 24, 2017 - June 26, 2017

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

When:  
Lyric Theatre


June 24, 2017 - June 27, 2017

"Rockin' Business of the Week!"

When:  
Hair Design Salon


June 25, 2017

Scott Bauer Fishing Tournament

When:  
Platte/Winner Bridge


June 30, 2017 - July 03, 2017

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

When:  
Lyric Theatre


July 2, 2017

Fireworks Display

When:  
Ball Diamond


July 7, 2017 - July 10, 2017

Cars 3

When:  
Lyric Theatre


July 8, 2017

18th Annual Relay For Life Charles Mix County

When:  
Campbell/Timmerman Legion Post


July 14, 2017 - July 17, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

When:  
Lyric Theatre


July 21, 2017 - July 24, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

When:  
Lyric Theatre


Hometown Happenings Radio Show


Agriculture

Platte was established because of the railroad that originally rolled through town, but the backbone of Platte has always rested in agriculture. As agriculture continues to drive the economy of the Platte area, the business community caters to serving that segment of the population with a sale barn, seed companies, feed stores, tractor supply stores, implement dealerships and repairs and veterinarians.

Platte's agricultural community is as diverse as its land. The rich soil is home to corn, wheat, soybean and many other crops, while cattle and sheep can be found grazing on the Bijou Hills or river hills of the Missouri.

Agriculture is the way of life in Platte. The farmers and ranchers of Platte work hard, 365 days a year. They do it because it is a part of who they are and who they want their children to be. So for every bad snowstorm, dust storm, tornado or drought, the men and women of Platte brush off their hands and keep their spirits high while they soak in the smell of a freshly harvested wheat field, the sound of calves bawling on the way home from pasture, or the sight of the season’s first snow lightly blanketing the fields.

A lot has changed since Platte’s early days. The horse-drawn plow was replaced by the tractor and plow, which has now been replaced by no-till or limited-tillage farming. Horses are no longer such a staple to ranch life, as trailers and semi-tractors have changed the way livestock is handled and moved.

Even though many things have changed in the past 100-plus years, the work ethic and pride that Platte's agricultural community possesses has not.

Visit our Ag Animal Health, Ag Buisness and Ag Implement buisness listings for more information.