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By Robert Romano How many people died in Puerto Rico in Hurricanes Maria and Irma? In a report delivered to Congress in early August, the official fatality count from the government of Puerto Rico had been 1,427, made public for comment in early July almost 9 months after the storms, which was up...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! House Approves Legislation to Improve Access to Treatment Courts (HB 2) Following their work in the annual Veto Session, lawmakers shifted their focus to the Extraordinary Session called by the governor to address two pieces of legislation he...
In this Dec. 19, 2014, photo, a worker digs in a fermentation bed at an organic pig farm in Handan in northern China's Hebei province. China, the world's largest producer of pork, is battling an African swine fever outbreak that could potentially devastate herds. Authorities say the disease, which is fatal only to pigs and wild boar, has been detected in multiple locations across the vast country. Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-08-china-african-swine-fever-outbreak.html#jCp
COLUMBIA, Mo. – U.S. pork producers should be aware of an emerging swine disease, says University of Missouri Extension veterinarian Corinne Bromfield. Chinese pork producers reported the 13th outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) Sept. 6. It has appeared since August in several locations in China...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! Many New Laws Now in Effect Much of the work done by the Missouri House and Senate from January to May has finally become law as many of the bills approved during the legislative session and signed by the governor officially took effect on August...
Source: Scott Poock, 573-882-6359 COLUMBIA, Mo. – Prolonged heat stress this year may bring a smaller calf crop next year. Herd owners are seeing cows known to be pregnant coming back into heat to be rebred. Pregnancy losses are due to several reasons, says Scott Poock, University of Missouri...
COLUMBIA, MO, September 10, 2018 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Missouri Rural Development State Director Jeff Case today announced that the USDA is partnering with rural communities to support opportunities for opioid prevention, treatment and recovery.  Among the 85 recipients nationwide...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings, friends of the 8th Legislative District! Governor Calls for Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly As lawmakers prepared to return to Jefferson City for the annual Veto Session, they received news that they will have additional work when they make their way back to the State...
Cass Kleeman with his Grand Champion heifer
Cass Kleeman, age 10, from Braymer, Missouri, won the Grand Champion Angus Junior Heifer Calf competition at the Missouri State Fair on August 9, 2018. Cass is a 4th grader at Braymer C4 School, and a member of the Pleasant Hill Husslers 4-H chapter. His parents are Kurt and Cassie Kleeman. To see...
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) - Governor Mike Parson on Friday continued his commitment to finding solutions to ease the impact of the drought by announcing that more than $77,000 in state funding will be awarded to assist the drought-stricken City of Cameron and Caldwell County Public Water Supply Number 2...
JEFFERSON CITY —The Missouri Division of Tourism awarded a total of $13,093 to three local organizations to help fund marketing projects designed to increase tourism throughout the 21st Senatorial District. The recipients include the Warrensburg Convention and Visitors Bureau, Lexington Tourism...

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