The June 2019 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine highlights Missouri farm families, sharing their efforts to engage the next generation and ensure the health of their land and water resources, as well as their livestock and crops. The issue also includes the next section in the annual series on growing conventional soybean and an … Continue reading Missouri Soybean Farmer: June 2019 Issue
May 14, 2019 The following is a joint statement by Missouri Farm Bureau, Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, Missouri Pork Association, Missouri Soybean Association and Missouri Corn Growers Association The Missouri legislature’s final approval of Senate Bill 391 is good for Missouri’s farms and communities. This bill will ensure we use the latest science so that our … Continue reading Missouri Agriculture Groups’ Joint Statement on Final Passage of Senate Bill 391
JEFFERSON CITY, MO - Kids feeding kids is the focus of the 2019 Drive to Feed Kids; which kicked off May 1. Missouri agriculture is banding together once again to address the alarming reality that one in five Missouri children regularly face hunger. The goal of this collaboration is to raise funds to provide food … Continue reading Missouri Agriculture Pulls Together to Impact Childhood Hunger
Whether it’s fighting for our markets or basics like crop insurance, you have more than enough going on without worrying about negotiating in the statehouse or Washington D.C. for the resources that matter to your farm. And when you can’t be there – Who’s fighting for you? Want to know more? Visit mosoy.org/missouri-soybean-association.
This letter was first published in the April 2019 issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine. Let’s look at the definition of an extremist or a radical; or, perhaps easier – let’s just look at a few synonyms of extremist: fanatic, radical, belligerent, dogmatist, bigot, militant, chauvinist, maniac. What else comes to mind? Political control for … Continue reading Letter from the CEO: Extremism and Agriculture
The Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council’s annual summary of research and demonstration projects made possible by Missouri soybean farmers’ checkoff dollars is now available. The report highlights 2018 projects ranging from soybean breeding work to strip trials. See the full, interactive report by clicking here.
The April issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer magazine continues the conventional soybean series, looking at cover crop and soil preparation decisions ahead of planting season. This issue also highlights sustainability work by the Gottman family and progress on construction of the Center for Soybean Innovation in Jefferson City. Read the full issue online by clicking … Continue reading Read the April 2019 Issue of Missouri Soybean Farmer Now
On March 21, Governor Mike Parson declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to worsening conditions along the Missouri and Mississippi River systems as a result of release from upstream reservoirs, snow melt and excessive rainfall. The Governor’s signature on Executive Order 19-05 made the declaration official. Governor Parson also activated the Missouri State … Continue reading Missouri Flood Resources
Washington, D.C. March 12, 2019:From crop insurance to conservation programs and transportation, President Trump’s proposed budget would significantly slash programs vital to the soybean industry. Cuts to crop insurance and farm subsidies would be deep, totaling $28 billion over 10 years. This would directly impact soy growers in several ways: The majority of those savings … Continue reading ASA: Administration’s Budget Proposal Takes a Big Bite out of Bean Priorities
This may be used as an op/ed or letter to the editor. The average feral hog weighs a little more than 100 pounds – the biggest, about 400. And every one of them is hitting above their weight class when it comes to damaging Missouri’s natural resources and Missourians livelihoods. They’re an invasive species that … Continue reading Op/Ed: Feral Hogs Have to Go