Hawley announces Agriculture Advisory Council

COLUMBIA, Mo. — On Thursday, U.S. Senate candidate Attorney General Josh Hawley announced his Agriculture Advisory Council, a coalition of experts and advisors who represent...

Curtman’s bill legalizing industrial hemp approved by Senate committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Just as industrial hemp gained a powerful ally on the federal level, a House bill establishing a pilot program for...

Schmitt announces Missouri FIRST initiative to help small businesses and farmers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt is back on the road this week, announcing the revamping of the state’s linked deposit program. Speaking...

Soybean, corn associations oppose capping RINs

Capping the price of Renewable Identification Numbers would undermine the integrity of the Renewable Fuel Standard — market prices for farmers would be lowered...

Conservation Federation of Missouri holds annual convention

Rep. Pierson,  Sen. Kehoe recognized as Conservation Legislators of the Year; CFM passes eight resolutions JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Over the weekend, the Conservation Federation...

Senate gives initial approval to Munzlinger’s industrial hemp bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Senate is moving forward with Brian Munzlinger’s bill legalizing the cultivation of industrial hemp in the Show-Me State. SB...

Compromise moves working animal bill forward with bipartisan support

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — After a lot of discussion and debate, the General Assembly was left with legislation that exemplified compromise. The Senate and the...

House votes to increase fines for poaching

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri House gave approval of a bill that would increase the penalty for poaching. Under HB 1873, sponsored by...

House sends industrial hemp, homeowners’ association bills to Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On Thursday, the House sent several bills to the Senate including a bill regarding industrial hemp and a bill preventing...

Greitens, Missouri Farm Bureau speak out against EPA’s Clean Power Plan

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is hosting three public listening sessions for the proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan,...

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