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Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst Regarding House and Senate Passage of the Farm Bill
"We’re very pleased at Missouri Farm Bureau with the Senate and House passage of the Farm Bill. It’s been a very, very long and torturous road, but final passage by both houses will allow the bill to be sent to the President’s desk. We hope that he signs it very quickly."
The State of Missouri Agriculture
At the first State of Missouri Agriculture event held in Jefferson City, State Senator Brian Munzlinger, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, spoke of the importance of Missouri agriculture to our state’s economy, identified challenges for the future and reminded Missourians of the affordable and safe food Missouri farmers and ranchers provide.
Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst Regarding H.R. 2642, the 2014 Farm Bill Conference Report
Missouri Farm Bureau is urging the state’s congressional delegation to support passage of H.R. 2642. Writing a new farm bill has been a difficult and frustrating process to say the least, and we are ready for Congress to put a new five-year plan in place and move on.
Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst Regarding Missouri Propane Costs and Supply
It’s been a long cold winter, and it’s only January. Along with frozen cattle waterers and burst pipes, Missouri farmers are facing an emergency with propane supplies.
Statement of Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst Regarding Missouri' Food for America Coalition
A new organization has been formed to oppose Missouri’s Keep Missouri Farming Amendment #1, and it raises some questions.
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The First Green Pop
There is something about this time of year. When you know spring is coming, but it’s still below freezing in the evenings. When passing the seed packet stand at the garden shop gives you reason to pause, and dream of the fresh produce you might grow this year. When the days start getting longer and the sun rises a little higher each day.
Turning Lemons into Lemonade
Change can be tough. Especially for farmers.
Marketing is an interesting field. It is, in large part, storytelling. In that sense, we tell stories at Missouri Farm Bureau, stories about Missouri farmers.
Pros and Cons of Big Data
On our farm north of Kansas City, we incorporate new technology into our daily operations. When I came back to the farm in 2002, I didn’t envision farm work would include spending a day trying to fix a problem downloading data from our combine to my computer. Cutting-edge tech equipment for the farm does sometimes have drawbacks, but it has ushered in a new world of benefits that outweighs its complications.
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People have been tinkering with the genetics of plants for thousands of years, and we’ve relied on genetic engineering to turn many plants into the fruits and vegetables we eat every day.
The curvy, hilly blacktop and gravel roads in Douglas County offer beautiful Ozark vistas any time of year. Cattle dot the hillsides and hollers as the road meanders east of Ava toward a historic spring that has given life to animals and people for centuries. For the last six decades, it has been the heart of a family farm.
The Right To Choose
Agriculture is important to Missouri, and what happens in Missouri agriculture is a boon to the rest of the nation and the world. Because there is a nationwide movement to restrict people’s food choices and to outlaw farming practices and technologies that are important to farmers, it is critical that voters amend the Missouri constitution to ensure Missourians’ right to farm.
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