Missouri Farmers Union Annual meeting will be held December 1st 2018, 8:30 am until 3:00 pm.
The meeting will be at Bones Restaurant in Jefferson City. Admission is free and includes a buffet luncheon.

Rural Websites & Resources

NFU Beginning Farmer Forum

Support a Strong Farm Bill
What is the Farm Bill?
Why is it important to you?

The NFU Beginning Farmer Forum is a community of farmers, ranchers, educators, policy makers, and the general public that share common knowledge and interest in helping beginning farmers and ranchers overcome the challenges to starting and sustaining a farming operation in the U.S. This community hopes to spread awareness about these challenges, provide insight into how they can be addressed at local, state and national policy levels, and share current resources and tools that benefit.
Local Farmers Markets
Farm Policy
KRES Radio 104.7 FM in Moberly
Agrability Project

Fighting for family farmers since 1902

NFU Youth Education Programs
We stand for family agriculture
We are a grassroots, producer-driven organization that believes strong family agriculture is the basis for thriving rural communities.
Education is the foundation to prepare youth for engagement with communities, state, nation and world.

All-States Leadership Camp

Each summer, National Farmers Union (NFU) members ages 17-20, who have distinguished themselves as leaders, are given the opportunity to attend NFU’s All-States Leadership Camp. Youth come from across the United States to Bailey, Colorado, where they spend a week at the NFU Education Center, nestled among the peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
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Join us to learn about the
2018 Farm Bill
Sunday, Feb. 11 2018
12 pm - 2 pm

Calling all small-scale and environmentally-responsible farmers, urban and rural! Join MCE, Missouri Farmers Union, Illniois Farmers Union, and EarthDance to learn how the Farm Bill benefits you, what is at stake in the 2018 Farm Bill, and why your voice matters!

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