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From Kansas City Star Missouri voters will be asked on Aug. 5 to enshrine the right of the state’s citizens “to engage in agricultural production and ranching practices,” something they’ve been doing since settlers first inhabited the land. The uninitiated voter reading that ballot language will understandably be confused. Is farming in Missouri in trouble? It is not. Agriculture in Missouri is a profitable industry. Amendment 1 is a concerted effort to shield factory farms Read more…

No matter where you are in the world, there are certain values and basic human needs that we all share. Food, shelter, water, comradery, and love are some of those things. When we get to know our neighbors on a personal level we begin to care for one another and we can help each other not only survive, but thrive in life! As a member of Ozarks Neighborly Exchange, you become part of a tight community, part of a tribe of people who care for one another and thrive together. There are many perks Read more…

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