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Merkley Opposes Vilsack GMO Labeling Approach

| March 14, 2016

Merkley introduced a mandatory labeling bill just a day after the Senate Agriculture Committee approved a voluntary measure by Kansas Senator Pat Roberts.

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MU plant science researchers to receive $4.2 million grant

| March 10, 2016

Gov. Jay Nixon announced a 4.2 million dollar grant will be awarded to MU’s Division of Plant Sciences today during a visit to the Bradford Research Center.

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WASDE a shade friendly

| March 10, 2016

he March 11th USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report didn’t really change much.

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Many topics discussed at Lafayette County Cattlemen meeting

| March 9, 2016

The Lafayette County Cattlemen had their winter meeting, Saturday, March 7, 2016.

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First Aid App puts lifesaving information in the palm of your hand

| March 9, 2016

The re-booted First Aid App from the American Red Cross brings free, life-saving information to rural Missourians.

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Midwest enjoying drought-free stretch

| March 4, 2016

The latest U.S. Drought Monitor shows little to no drought conditions throughout the Midwest.

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U.S. lawmakers continue the debate on GMO labeling measures

| March 3, 2016

The American Farm Bureau is hopeful that lawmakers will agree soon on a way forward to avert a patchwork of state-by-state GMO food labeling laws.

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Vilsack to keynote Commodity Classic Friday

| March 3, 2016

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will address Commodity Classic attendees Friday as part of the general session.

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Voluntary GMO bill advanced to Senate floor, fate uncertain after key Democrat opposition

| March 2, 2016

The Senate Agriculture Committee advanced a GMO voluntary labeling bill, but its fate on the Senate floor is uncertain after a key Democrat opposed the bill.

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