STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT 'Right to farm' wins endorsement
I wrote an Agweek story a year ago about the Missouri State Legislature passing legislation that would allow farmers and ranchers to engage in modern farming practices. The legislative action cleared ... Posted on 2/26/14 at 8:45 AM
STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Missouri River Flooding: Man Made or Natural?
I recently did a write up to summarize the recent clues that lead to the flooding along the Souris River in North Dakota (and Canada). The Great Plains Examiner recently posted an excellent article ar... Posted on 7/6/11 at 8:10 AM
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Governors from several states along the Missouri River plan to meet with officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to discuss recent historic flooding along the river, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Wednesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Problems with two northern Missouri grain dealers that cost farmers millions, could have been spotted sooner and addressed faster if state regulators had followed better procedures, the state auditor’s office concluded Thursday.
BISMARCK — Recreational boaters are back and the fish are biting in the upper reaches of the Missouri River system. Hundreds of miles downstream, fully laden barges are again plying the Big Muddy without worry of hitting bottom.
By James MacPherson, The Associated Press
August 02, 2010
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State officials want to keep a disease that is devastating black walnuts in the west from spreading to Missouri.
That’s why the Missouri Department of Agriculture has issued a black walnut quarantine.
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