The MDC Conservation Commission approved the acquisition of additional land for two of its preservation areas in St. Clair County and Shannon County.
Posts published in “Conservation and Agriculture”
“With USMCA, we have shown the world that the United States is open for business.”
It turns out any plans to cancel the traditional Governor’s Ham Breakfast at this year’s Missouri State Fair was just some hogwash.
Missouri’s economy is beginning to bounce back after the downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe.
It is unfair to put millions of farmers at risk in the middle of the growing season.
“The State Fair will go on — some version of the State Fair.”
Using the best information and aggressive investigations, we can restore fairness to America’s meat industry.
"Right to repair," if passed into law, would create new uncertainty and burdens that would harm our state’s hardworking farmers and the agricultural supply chain.
Here's a look at what the Flood Recovery Advisory Working Group recommended in its report to Gov. Parson.
“We have an oversupply of pigs and no place to go.”