The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has issued a press release confirming three additional cases of the Zika virus in Missouri bringing the total number of travel-related cases found in Missouri to 12.
The Lafayette County Cattlemen had their winter meeting, Saturday, March 7, 2016.
The re-booted First Aid App from the American Red Cross brings free, life-saving information to rural Missourians.
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.
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.
Beginning Thursday, pork producers from throughout the country will be in Indianapolis for the National Pork Industry Forum.
One U.S. Senator says federal regulators have already showed their stripes if the sweeping new Waters of the U.S. rule takes effect.