Agriculture

Arkansas ag panel stands by proposal to ban controversial herbicide


Rise of 'hobby farms' means more growers getting hurt and killed


Arkansas panel will look at herbicide problems


Twisted tomatoes spread concern in southwest Missouri


Missouri Ag Department orders temporary halt to dicamba use


Arkansas governor gives initial OK to herbicide ban


Farmers decry Trump plans to cut agriculture subsides


Missouri lt. gov. meets with U.S. agriculture secretary


Mo. Supreme Court rejects defamation suit by congressman's mother


Missouri governor OKs higher fines for illegal herbicide use


Missouri governor OKs higher fines for illegal herbicide use


Missouri Legislature passes tougher fines for illegal herbicide use


Downturn in farm economy complicates new Farm Bill efforts


Missouri farm numbers fall as size of operations grows


Missouri attorney general says he's appealing egg law


USDA announces stricter animal welfare rules for eggs, meat


Environmentalists slam EPA proposal for expanded use of weed killer


Cruelty at Tyson chicken farms prompts firings, change


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