Missouri Farmers Union members will have their lunch the next two Mondays over Zoom for the group’s annual meeting. The group will again gather virtually, splitting their meeting into two 90-minute sessions December 6th and 13th. President Doctor Tom Coudron says dignitaries from Washington will visit with members the first Monday beginning at noon.
Attendees will also hear from Clay County state representative Wes Rogers, who serves on the agriculture policy committee. Coudron says the second meeting December 13th will start with a panel discussion focusing on meat processing in Missouri.
The second meeting will conclude with reflections from National Farmers Union vice president Patty Edelburg. Missouri Farmers Union president Tom Coudron notes that annual business including policy has been postponed until the spring, with the hopes of meeting in-person.
Registration and additional details about Missouri Farmers Union’s annual meeting are available on their website.