Published September 3rd, 2014

Running time: 3 Minutes

 

All 50 States have some form of a “Right to Farm” law on the books but earlier this summer a Right to Farm ballot amendment in Missouri sparked widespread public debate, pitting farmers groups against one another. Richard Oswald, President of the Missouri Farmer Union and fifth generation farmer in Langdon Missouri, explains why was this amendment is so contentious and what it’s passing means for Missouri’s’ farm families.

By Jack Inslee