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2011 Agriculture Stories
Newspaper Story - Missouri Horse owners applaud lifting a federal ban.
Radio Story - Congress lifted a ban on funding horse meat inspections.
Radio Story - The Midwest region's farmland values are up 25-percent, despite droughts and flooding.
Radio Story - Missouri is cracking down on exotic animal regulations to prevent an incident like in Ohio.
Radio Story - Seedhead weevils are contributing to reducing spotted knapweed along Missouri roadways.
Radio Story - After a devasting summer, a special Missouri House Committee gets updates from state departments.
Radio Story - Agriculture, durable goods and health care are doing well in business when housing condition is on the bottom.
Newspaper Story - Hot weather brings a down year for crop yield, causing agricultural product prices to rise.
Radio Story - Corn yield estimates drops due to hot weather.
Radio Story - Hot temperatures in Missouri cause corn pollination problems. Estimate on yield is dropping.
Newspaper Story - Noodlers join forces with legislators to put hand-fishing legislation on the map.
Radio Story - As the 2011 legislative session comes to a close, Missouri noodlers continue to fight for the legalization of hand fishing.
Radio Story - Missouri House passes legislation to reduce taxes for sawmills.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon signs off on the repeal of Proposition B restrictions, going against voters' decision last November.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon signs his dog-breeding bill in a late press conference Wednesday.
Newspaper Story - The governor enacts a law that repeals Proposition B dog-breeding requirements.
Radio Story - The Missouri National Guard assists Poplar Bluff with flood relief, as hundreds have been evacuated from homes with more rain expected to come
Radio Story - The Missouri legislature returned from Easter weekend with one natural disaster over and another one on its way.
Radio Story - Rain in Southeast Missouri and Tornadoes in St. Louis leave the state looking for help
Radio Story - Hundreds of protesters gathered in Jefferson City Wednesday to voice their opinions on the repeal of Prop B.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon's compromise has already come under fire by supporters of dog-breeding legislation.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon backs a compromise on Proposition B dog-breeding legislation.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon proposes prop B compromise.
Radio Story - The Governor backed a compromise to Proposition B headlined by weaker regulations and more than one million dollars added to its budget.
Radio Story - Missouri's farmers get protection from legislation passed in Missouri's Capitol
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House votes to repeal a number of provisions set in place by November's Proposition B.
Radio Story - The Missouri House gave final approval to a bill that would overhaul dog breeding laws.
Radio Story - Obama declared Missouri's February snowstorm a major disaster.
Radio Story - The record high costs of farmland is keeping Missouri farmers from buying land.
Newspaper Story - Concerned constituents came to the Capitol to protest bills that will modify the restrictions placed on dog breeders
Radio Story - Republican House leaders decide not to vote on legislation that would repeal Prop B.
Radio Story - Just four months after Missourians voted to protect dogs, Missouri Senate passed a bill easing Proposition B restrictions
Newspaper Story - Primate owners urge lawmakers to allow them to keep their monkeys.
Radio Story - Proposition B tension is high as dog breeders argue to repeal restrictions
Radio Story - Residents in southern Missouri react to a bill that could overturn the releasing of elk into the state.
Radio Story - Substitute to Prop. B says breeders can have more than 50 female dogs
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers vote to restrict government's role over livestock..
Radio Story - Bill designed to promote humane animal treatment without imposing 'state economic burden'
Newspaper Story - Snow worked to protect Missouri's fields and ground-level crops from freezing temperatures
Radio Story - The effects of snow on agriculture
Radio Story - Missouri cattle producers scramble to tend to livestock in the aftermath of severe snow storm.
Newspaper Story - Cattlemen bring hay and grain to their cattle before strong winds, ice, snow
Newspaper Story - Opponents to voter-approved dog-breeding restrictions jam legislative committee hearings.
Radio Story - Senate hearing heated up when discussing the specific wording of Prop.-B Wednesday
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