Missouri Agriculture Awards presented during 49th Governor’s Conference on Agriculture
Leaders recognized for their contributions to Missouri agriculture
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Six agriculture leaders from across Missouri were recognized by Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe and Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn during the 49th Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture. The award recipients were honored at the Missouri Agriculture Awards Luncheon for their commitment, service and impact on Missouri agriculture.
“It is a privilege to recognize these individuals and businesses for their impact on Missouri agriculture,” said director of Agriculture Chinn. “Each of them set a tremendous example as they continue to innovate and lead in their communities. They are all very deserving of this honor.”
The Missouri Agriculture Awards recognize individuals who strive to innovate their farm or ranch, give back to their communities, help tell the story of agriculture or stand as a great example for future generations. Recipients were nominated by fellow farmers, ranchers and agriculture leaders who were inspired by their contributions to Missouri agriculture.
The 2021 Missouri Agriculture Award recipients are:
Missouri Agriculture Education Leader: Leon Busdieker of Hawk Point
Missouri Agriculture Communicator: Joyce Cutright of Springfield
Missouri Agriculture Volunteer: Caroline Sicht of Ashland
Missouri Farm Innovation: Ozark Mountain Creamery of Mountain Grove
Missouri Food Animal Veterinarian: Jack Coleman of Monroe City
Missouri International Exporter: International Dehydrated Foods of Springfield
The 49th Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture was held Nov. 18-19 at Tan-Tar-A Conference Center in Osage Beach, Mo. For more information about this and other programs through the Missouri Department of Agriculture, visit the department online at Agriculture.Mo.Gov.
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