Tag: ranchers

Tyne Morgan to host U.S. Farm Report during 48th Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture

| December 27, 2018

Former Lexington native and KMZU Farm broadcaster returns to Missouri

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Natural Resources Conservation Service road trips across the U.S. to look at agricultural practices

| July 12, 2018

At the beginning of July, the Natural Resources Conservation Service began a summer-long road trip to highlight agriculture in different states throughout the U.S.

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Senate version of Farm Bill passes late Thursday afternoon

| June 29, 2018

Late Thursday afternoon the Senate passed their version of 2018 Farm Bill by a vote of 86-11.

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USDA and SCORE Launch Effort to Support New Farmers and Ranchers

| August 8, 2017

USDA offering new program for new farmers and ranchers.

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Amid NAFTA renegotiations, McCaskill and Republican colleagues seek to protect American agricultural producers

| July 24, 2017

Since the North American Free Trade Agreement was enacted, Canada and Mexico have been the top two export destinations for Missouri agricultural goods.

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Fencing donations made to those who lost everything in wildfires

| March 15, 2017

Cargill reportedly donated $50,000 in new fencing materials to ranchers in the Ashland area of Western Kansas after wildfires destroyed over 650,000 acres.

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USDA implementing new land termination policy

| December 30, 2016

Transferring land to the next generation of farmers and ranchers could become easier.

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New film puts new twist on animal activist

| July 7, 2016

Taking the undercover approach of seeking out animal abuse at a dog breeding facility, The Dog Lover depicts what can go wrong when someone has intentions to find bad practices by responsible animal care takers.

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Kansas ranchers assessing fire damage

| March 30, 2016

As firefighters work to wrap up their efforts to stop a massive Kansas wildfire, possible winds could rekindle hot spots.

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