§ 261.010 Department authorized — director, how appointed, qualifications.
§ 261.020 Duties and powers of director
§ 261.023 Powers, duties, functions transferred to department of agriculture and ..
§ 261.025 Director state agent to receive trust assets of Missouri rural ..
§ 261.026 Director — trust assets — duties.
§ 261.027 Agreements to be terminated — new agreements — agriculture development fund …
§ 261.030 Investigation of farm marketing — establishing standards — inspections — …
§ 261.035 Agriculture business development fund created — purpose — not to lapse.
§ 261.040 Employees of director, appointment and transfer, bond
§ 261.050 Salaries and accounts
§ 261.060 Daily deposit of all moneys in state treasury
§ 261.090 Cooperation among departments
§ 261.095 Foreign market development — director’s duties and powers.
§ 261.100 Animal export inspection facilities, operation
§ 261.125 Financial investment records, sales projections, and business plan ..
§ 261.130 Certain agriculture information and data not subject to disclosure, when — …
§ 261.140 Fees, work group to convene to review, when — report.
§ 261.200 Fund created, use of moneys
§ 261.230 AgriMissouri marketing program and agricultural products by category, rules ..
§ 261.235 AgriMissouri fund, created, purposes, lapse of fund into general revenue ..
§ 261.239 Division to create website to foster marketing of Missouri agricultural ..
§ 261.240 Rulemaking authority
§ 261.241 Sellers of honey, no manufacturing facilities required, when — exempt from …
§ 261.256 Growers’ districts authorized, procedure
§ 261.259 Board of commissioners
§ 261.265 License issuance, to whom — grower may produce, manufacture, and …
§ 261.270 Citation of act
§ 261.275 Fund created, use of moneys — limitation on appropriation of fund moneys — …
§ 261.280 Dairy producer margin insurance premium assistance program, purpose — …
§ 261.285 Missouri dairy scholars program — scholarship amount — eligible student defined.
§ 261.290 Annual study of dairy industry
§ 261.295 Rulemaking authority
§ 261.500 Citation of law — definitions — scorecard, criteria for pollinator-friendly …

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