The demand for CBD products from hemp is growing but what should consumers look for on the label? Tim O’Brien is with Apple Wellness in Wisconsin, where they sell CBD products derived from hemp. There are multiple companies making those products and the list keeps growing.
Missouri’s top 30 FFA high school seniors completed the fifth annual Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence (HYPE) FFA Academy June 25-27, in Columbia, Missouri. Chillicothe FFA member Montana Plattner was a member of the top 30 attending the program. The three-day intensive program is designed to inform and empower students to effectively engage in pressing agriculture […]
Missouri’s top 30 FFA high school seniors completed the Fifth Annual Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence FFA Academy in Columbia last week. Top 30 FFA high school seniors from area schools include Anna Milazzo of Grundy County R-5, Montana Faith Plattner of Chillicothe, Kylee Marie Baker and Kasey Waterman of Meadville, Luke Vaughn of Marceline, […]
The number of alleged crop damage complaints has declined this year in Missouri from a weed killer called dicamba. Labeling changes are being credited for fewer alleged crop damage complaints this year in Missouri from a weed killer called dicamba. State Agriculture Department Director Chris Chinn says the staff is working to wrap […]
Missouri is the first state in the nation to start regulating labels on meat substitutes that are grown in labs or made from plants. The state Agriculture Department says the advertising law is meant to prohibit misrepresentation of a product as meat. Becky Brown of Natural Health Organic Foods store in Cape Girardeau told KFVS-TV […]
Missouri’s top 30 FFA high school seniors completed the fourth annual Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence (HYPE) FFA Academy June 26-28, in Columbia The three-day intensive program is designed to inform and empower students to effectively engage in pressing agriculture topics. Since 2015, the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council has sponsored and facilitated the academy in […]
The Missouri Legislature has endorsed a massive agriculture bill that would include putting restrictions on the way imitation meat products can be marketed. During House debate, Olivette Democrat Tracy McCreery and Martinsburg Republican Jay Houghton had a lengthy exchange about making manufacturers use different labeling if their meat does not come from a cow, turkey, […]