MISSOURI — Friday marked 100 days Chris Chinn has served as the Director of Agriculture.

A news release from the Missouri Department of Agriculture states Director Chinn spent her first 100 days in “listening mode.” She did this to learn about the most efficient and meaningful ways to protect and promote Missouri agriculture.  Director Chinn has continued her efforts to bridge the gap between urban and rural Missourians, she’s participated in trade discussions, shared insight with future agriculture leaders, and gained valuable input from Missouri’s farmers and ranchers.

Director Chinn is expected to make an announcement this week on her vision for the Department of Agriculture.