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Hawley endorsed by Missouri Farm Bureau
Today Missouri Farm Bureau endorsed Attorney General Josh Hawley for the United States Senate.
Smith Endorsed by Missouri Farm Bureau PAC
Trustees of the Missouri Farm Bureau Southeast Regional Endorsement Committee have endorsed Jason Smith for re-election in the 8th Congressional District.
MOFB Statement Regarding President Trump’s Proposed Market Facilitation Program

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst made the following statement today on President Trump’s proposed Market Facilitation Program:

MOFB Statement Regarding the $12 Billion Trade Aid Package

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst made the following statement regarding the $12 billion trade aid package announced yesterday:

MOFB Statement Regarding the Request to Release CRP Acreage

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst made the following statement regarding the request to release CRP acreage for emergency haying and grazing in drought-affected areas of Missouri:

Hawley and McCaskill Go Head to Head on Farm Issues Hawley and McCaskill Go Head to Head on Farm Issues
On August 10, Missouri Farm Bureau members from 86 counties assembled in Jefferson City to hear from and question the U.S. Senate nominees from both major parties. After interview sessions with Attorney General Josh Hawley and incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill, trustees decided to endorse Hawley with a 93% vote.
Missouri Agritourism Provides Unique Activities for All Ages Missouri Agritourism Provides Unique Activities for All Ages

As more people shift their roots from rural to urban settings, rural areas have been forced to be creative in how to grow their economic opportunities and get people back into the countryside. The past decade has seen an explosion of wineries, “U-Pick” farms, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, children’s farm activities and all manner of other unique destinations. This burgeoning industry has come to be known as “agritourism.”

Drive to Feed Kids Gearing Up at Missouri State Fair Drive to Feed Kids Gearing Up at Missouri State Fair

Nearly one out of every three children in rural Missouri suffers from food insecurity. While this rate is shockingly high, food insecurity is not an exclusively urban or rural problem. According to the latest data from Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap, there are an estimated 241,830 food-insecure kids in the state of Missouri, or one in five children overall.

Drought Making Hay Prices Skyrocket Across Missouri Drought Making Hay Prices Skyrocket Across Missouri

The Drought of 2018 is unfortunately only getting worse across Missouri, and the effects are starting to hit livestock producers hard. The July 12 weekly drought report by the United States Drought Monitor shows over two-thirds of Missouri in some level of drought condition. Unfortunately, with the extreme temperatures and high evaporation, ground is drying out much more quickly than some recent spurts of rain can replenish it.

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