Right to Farm Only Applies to “Traditional” Farming

In a ruling  a judge in Cole County decided the Right to Farm Amendment does not apply to marijuana growing operations. The interpretation is surprising to some as Missouri was “traditionally” one of the largest hemp producing states, prior to prohibition.

“Traditional” farming?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instead, the amendment only applies to “traditional” farming and ranching. The next question is: What is “traditional” farming and ranching?

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