Spencer Tuma, MOFB Director of National Legislative Affairs, and Eric Bohl, MOFB Director of Public Affairs, address some of the questions that we have received concerning U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley.
When rural Missouri thrives, our entire state thrives. We look forward to building on this year’s ... progress in the years to come. #MOFBCommentary
Rural Missouri Celebrates Successful Legislative Session
This year’s legislative session was historic for Missouri agriculture. The General Assembly passed many bills supporting farming and addressing ...
Lifelong farmer @GovParsonMO's leadership, science based regulations, #ruralbroadband, ... #transportation and #infrastructure: it has been a historic year for Missouri agriculture.
Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst's Statement Regarding the 2019 Legislative Session
Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst made the following statement regarding the 2019 Legislative Session: This year’s legislative session ...
"The #moleg final approval of #SB391 is good for MO farms and communities..." Joint statement from ... MO Ag groups ⬇️ @MoCattle @Mo_Soy @MissouriCorn
Missouri Agriculture Groups' Joint Statement on Final Passage of Senate Bill 391
The following is a joint statement by Missouri Farm Bureau, Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, Missouri Pork Association, Missouri Soybean Associ...
🏌️ Join us on June 3rd at the Jefferson City Country Club for our Annual Golf Tournament ... benefitting the MOFB Foundation for Agriculture! You can register yourself or a team of four. Sponsorship opportunities also available. Learn more at https://t.co/VfNgLbNazh
Highlight: “I’m very disappointed that the trade agreement isn’t happening,” ... @MOFarmBureau’s Blake Hurst says. “We have been assured time and time again that progress was being made, we’ve yet to see any improvement.” Full interview: