RSSFarm News

Hearings scheduled in Missouri for Grain Belt Express proposal

| December 2, 2016

The Missouri Public Service Commission has scheduled public hearings in eight counties next week on the Grain Belt Express power line.

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Hunters required to take harvested deer to sampling station to eliminate spread of CWD

| November 9, 2016

Hunters who harvest deer during the opening weekend of deer season (November 12 and 13) in the CWD Management Zone will be required to test their deer for CWD.

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Harvest season is underway on Missouri farms, MoDOT urging caution

| October 5, 2016

MoDot cautions motorists to watch out for slow moving vehicles

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New ‘microloan’ option available from FSA

| September 16, 2016

This summer, new regulations out of the USDA’s Farm Service Agency, were made available to provide new, small or mid-sized farming operations more opportunities for financing options.

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Bayer and Monsanto Agree to Merge in a $66 billion deal

| September 15, 2016

The transaction brings together two different, but complementary businesses together under one umbrella.

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New FAA rule may favor farmers

| September 6, 2016

The FAA implemented new regulations intended to expand the use of ‘drones’, or Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

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Agri-Service provider in Saline Co. to pay settlement to United States E.P.A.

| August 24, 2016

Central Missouri AGRIService was cited in a report that implements the company is discharging filler into a local creek during railroad construction.

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Record-Breaking 2016 Missouri State Fair Sale of Champions

| August 21, 2016

The Missouri State Fair celebrated Youth in Agriculture Day, sponsored by the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Saturday, Aug. 20. The annual Sale of Champions highlighted the day, with record-breaking prices, raising a total record amount of $157,350.

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State Fair Announces First Winners

| August 10, 2016

Even though the gates don’t officially open until Thursday, winners are already “cropping up” at this year’s state fair.

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