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NO NAIS meeting Dec. 13 @ Chillicothe


Farmerís Forum

An event for livestock owners, all rural residents or anyone who eats, will be
held December 13 at Chilllicotheís Grand River Inn. Doors will open @ 2:30 pm.

Rural citizens will be sharing their knowledge of private property rights,
current legislation dealing with livestock and what the property owners need to
know to make decisions on Premise ID and NAIS for all ages and interests of the
rural life style.

Educational booths will include: R-Calf USA, Paragon Foundation, Citizens for
Local Control, C.A.P.E., Ozark Property Rights Congress, Common Sense
Coalition, MO Fed and information on the Eminent Domain petition and other
active local groups will also have information on hand.

Missouriís own Derry Brownfield ( ) will share the
forefront with his cohort G.B. Oliver, Ex VP of Paragon Foundation
). Laughs with good information will be guaranteed
when the two olí cowboys ride together.

Ahead of Derry and GB, R-Calf USAís Dennis Thornsberry, Marketing Committee
Co-Chair will bring us good information about the livestock industry. R-Calf
( ) was the organization who tried to stop Canadian cattle from
entering our country after BSE was confirmed. Dennis will share the podium
with fellow Missourians Russell Woods, Ray Cunio, Doreen Hannes and Bob Parker
from Citizens for Private Property Rights and Ozark Property Rights to share
where they have been and where they are going to maintain personal property
rights and who they are standing with and who they are standing against.

Other invited groups are USDA, MoCA, Mo Dept of Ag and Farm Bureau.

Those local elected officials invited to attend are Rep. John
Quinn/Chillicothe, House Ag Policy Committee Chairman, Brad Lager, Rep. Jim
Horton/Trenton, Rep. Tom Shively, Sen. Wes Shoemyer, Clarence, Rep. Jim Guest
and local commissioners, with all being invited.

Dinner With The Speakers will be 5-6. Limited tickets @ $20/person available
by reservations thru the Grand River Inn or . (No
checks or credits cards accepted/payment at the door)

Evening events start @ 6:00 pm.

Mark your calendars for Dec. 13/2:30----Come join with other rural citizens and
learn and share.

Donations asked at the door. Informational booths available. Vender
information from

Submitted by Laurel Curry/event coordinator/660.695.3681



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