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MO Governor vetoes omnibus ag bill

Missouri Governor Mike Parson has vetoed the state’s omnibus ag bill that includes tax credits for biofuels manufactures, meat packers and young farmers. Parson said Missouri House Bill 1720, sponsored by Rep. Brad Pollitt, only provided two-year extensions to the tax credits under the... Read More.

Michigan tax credit bill passes Ag Committee

The Michigan legislation that would create a tax credit for retailers offering E15 and other ethanol blends has moved forward.  The State’s Senate Ag Committee passed the bill Thursday morning and advanced it to the full Senate for consideration. The legislation has the support... Read More.

FARM Crate inspires ag influenced curriculum  

A gift from a local farmer has inspired one Michigan teacher to bring agriculture into the classroom every day.  Last fall, Laingsburg developmental kindergarten teacher Angie Mills received her first FARM crate as a surprise gift from her local county farm bureau.  Each month... Read More.

Ag Secretary answers dairy consensus question

Dairy producers, processors, and other stakeholders will have to agree on one dairy pricing plan.  That’s according to Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack who tells Brownfield it doesn’t make sense to open up the Federal Milk Marketing Order hearing process until they do. ... Read More.

MoSoy testing emerging ag field tech

The Missouri Soybean Association’s Bay research farm is field testing emerging ag technologies. MoSoy Director of Agronomy and Research Eric Oseland tells Brownfield Bay farm is taking a ‘smart farm’ approach to find best practices for farmers. “Most farmers are pretty innovative, and they are... Read More.

MoSoy testing emerging ag tech

The Missouri Soybean Association’s Bay research farm is field testing emerging ag technologies. MoSoy Director of Agronomy and Research Eric Oseland tells Brownfield Bay farm is taking a ‘smart farm’ approach to find best practices for farmers. “Most farmers are pretty innovative, and they are... Read More.