A lobbyist for a major farm commodity group says the heavily criticized Green New Deal proposal has strengthened the credibility of his industry. Colin Woodall is chief lobbyist for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Calling the Green
Potential exhibitors at the Missouri State Fair have some reading to do, as the premium guide for this summer’s contests is now available.
The top lobbyist for the ethanol industry in Washington says he sees Big Oil’s handwriting on a key part of the EPA’s proposed rule to allow E15 sales year-round. Renewable Fuels Association chief Geoff Cooper says EPA’s
Crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation are scheduled to replace two drain pipes early next week on a pair of roadways in the northern part of Henry County. Route AC between Route 52 and Northwest 730
There was a strong public response to proposed changes to work requirements for people who receive benefits from the government’s largest program to fight domestic hunger. The USDA’s Stephanie Ho has a recap from Wednesday’s hearing on
A Farm Bureau economist says restricting or shutting down commercial traffic across the U.S-Mexico border would be a “disaster” for U.S. farmers. Veronica Nigh says President Trump’s threat to partially or fully close the border if Mexico
West Central Missouri congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is among 42 House Republicans that recently signed a letter of support for USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue’s proposed relocation of two offices out of Washington. In the letter to the House
The USDA’s National Ag Statistics Service will decrease how often Missouri’s sorghum crop appears in their crop reports. State statistician Bob Garino says it’s as a result of a major report that will come out next week.
The Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comments on a rule that would allow for the sales of year-round E15, a fuel blend with 15 percent ethanol. Current rules block its sale during the summer months, and Growth
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will again have a series of collection sites around the state this year for unwanted or expired pesticides for proper disposal. CJ Plassmeyer of the Hazardous Waste Program says the program