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Elk Farmers in the Crosshairs- Regulatory Control of Elk Up to the Courts Elk Farmers in the Crosshairs- Regulatory Control of Elk Up to the Courts
It was a cold December day, but the elk on Bill Mayes’ farm didn’t seem to mind. Classified as livestock in Missouri, Mayes’ captive elk are hardier than beef cows and easily handle Missouri’s frigid winter cold snaps. A long-time cattleman, Mayes and his wife, Susan, raised deer for several years before switching to elk two years ago. He likes the temperament of elk better and is simply drawn to the majestic beauty of fully grown bull elk with full horns.
O' Christmas Tree - Starr Pines Farm Caters to Tradition O' Christmas Tree - Starr Pines Farm Caters to Tradition
It’s a chilly December day. Christmas is near and the time-worn tradition of cutting the family Christmas tree has finally arrived.This tradition plays out across the country from Thanksgiving Day all the way up to Christmas Eve. For many families, it is the one time a year they visit a farm. Christmas tree growers like Wayne and Ann Harmon make that experience as enjoyable as possible. Folks love their Christmas traditions, but they also enjoy learning about agriculture.
Taking the Reins Taking the Reins
Clarissa Cauthorn is not new to the Farm Bureau world, but she does have a new title, Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee Chair. 

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