Missouri Farm Bureau and MFA Incorporated Joint Statement on U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision Staying OSHA Vaccine Mandate

Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins and MFA Incorporated President and CEO Ernie Verslues issued the following joint statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court issuing a stay against the Biden administration’s OSHA vaccine mandate:


“We applaud the U.S. Supreme Court for following the rule of law and rejecting the Biden administration’s OSHA vaccine mandate. Every one of our employees deserves the right to make his or her own medical decisions in consultation with a medical professional, and we are grateful the Court stood for individual rights. As this case proceeds, we will continue to fight for our employees’ rights and stand against government overreach.”


Missouri Farm Bureau, founded in 1915 as the nation’s first state Farm Bureau organization, remains one of the strongest. With over 143,000 member families across Missouri, MOFB is the state’s largest and most influential farm organization.

MFA Incorporated is a regional farm supply and marketing cooperative based in Columbia, Mo. Through its network of retail locations and affiliated cooperatives in Missouri and adjacent states, MFA provides products, services, and expertise to help farmers succeed.