98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1648Jones, Caleb HB 16481/4/2016 Withdrawn (H)
  5095H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Qualified Gaseous Biofuel Producer Incentive Fund
HB2231Houghton, Jay HB 22315/13/2016 Referred: Energy and the Environment
  5226H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Qualified Fuel Solid Biomass Producer Incentive Fund
HB2734Pogue, Jeff HB 27345/13/2016 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  6671H.01I - Prohibits the state or any of its agencies from enforcing the new veterinary feed directive rules promulgated by the Food and Drug Administration
HB2826Ross, Robert HB 28265/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  6895H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Board on Geographic Names and Local Records Board
HB1411Houghton, Jay HB 14115/13/2016 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources
  4770H.01I - Allows for the slaughter and processing of captive cervids for human consumption at facilities inspected by the USDA or Department of Agriculture
HB1412Houghton, Jay HB 14125/13/2016 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources
  4767H.01I - Specifies that the Department of Agriculture has the authority to regulate agricultural deer
HB1781Fitzwater, Paul HB 17815/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  5198H.01I - Changes the laws regarding feral hogs
HB1973Redmon, Craig HCS HB 19733/9/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5531H.02C - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp
HB2038Curtman, Paul HCS HB 20385/4/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  5338H.02P - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow, harvest, and cultivate industrial hemp
HB2121Hummel, Jacob HCS HBs 2121, 1747 & 22444/6/2016 Executive Session Held (S)
  4857H.03P - Changes the laws regarding the Farm-to-School Act
HB1414Houghton, Jay SCS HB 14149/14/2016 Senate Message (S)
  4766S.04T - Exempts data collected by state agencies under the federal Animal Disease Traceability Program from disclosure under Missouri's sunshine law