There is a temporary no wake zone around the 10 mile marker of the main channel of the Lake of the Ozark today.
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.
With the 2016 presidential race in full swing, Super Tuesday is the primary with close to 600 delegate votes up for grabs.
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.
A Missouri political leader’s announcement this week that she has breast cancer is spurring reminders by health officials for women to get preventive screening.
An American Farm Bureau official says President Obama’s decision to go to Cuba next month will draw more attention to the U.S. embargo that continues to thwart farm trade with Havana.
The National Pork Producers Council has urged Congress to make foot-and-mouth disease a priority.