Opinion: We need to make a stand for local control and independent family farms

Corporate agri-business and their lobbyists are attempting to take away local control and our rights. Why? They would rather have decisions being made where...

Opinion: Feral hogs are bad news

Feral hogs are bad news.  If you care about wildlife habitat or are trying to make a living in agriculture, they are a disaster. ...

Farm Bureau legislative briefing previews future ag growth, legislator relationships

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Farm Bureau hosted hundreds of its members this week in the Capital City, wrapping up the annual legislative day...

Missouri’s Cassville: The Midwest’s Trout Capital

Trout season is coming. And that’s a big deal in the city of Cassville, nestled deep in the Southwest corner of Missouri. The snowflakes of...

Agriculture department lays out proposed regulations for industrial hemp

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The agency charged with overseeing the resurgence of industrial hemp in Missouri has laid out the proposed rules and regulations...

Judge halts portions of meat law, says enforcement would be legislature ‘usurping’ constitutional authority

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A circuit court judge has halted a change in Missouri’s meat law that would have allowed for the sale of...

Top officials reiterate agriculture as Missouri’s backbone

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. — Speaking to a standing-room-only crowd filled with farmers and ranchers from across the state, the Show-Me State’s 57th Governor connected...

What’s next for Missouri farmers?

Even with the advantages Missouri offers agriculturalists, farming is not an easy task in any given year. The profession requires long hours and relies...
A corn field in Hurdland, Missouri (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

Court gives EPA 60 days to remove popular insecticide from market

A federal appeals court ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency endangered public health by keeping a widely used pesticide on the market after evidence...
Soybean field in Hurdland, Missouri (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

Report finds Missouri loses millions in economic activity with drop in soybean prices

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For every 10-cent drop in soybean prices, the Show-Me State loses more than $36 million in economic activity, a new analysis...

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