Missouri Cattlemen's Association endorses Travis Smith for Senate

State Representative Travis Smith announced that he has received the exclusive endorsement of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association, a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting and protecting the beef-producing industry since its establishment in January 1911.
"I am incredibly humbled to receive the endorsement of the Missouri Cattlemen's Association," said Smith. "Their commitment to the beef industry and to the agricultural heritage of our state aligns perfectly with my vision for a prosperous and sustainable future for Southern Missouri. As a small businessman and farmer, I understand the challenges faced by our agricultural community, and I am dedicated to advocating for policies that support our farmers and ranchers."
The Missouri Cattlemen's Association, originally founded as the Missouri Cattle Feeders' Association during the University of Missouri Farmers' Week, has a rich history as the first livestock commodity group in the state. The association was created with the dual purpose of providing education and protection for cattle feeders, with its primary mission centered on promoting and safeguarding the beef-producing industry.
"The endorsement from the Missouri Cattlemen's Association is a testament to Travis Smith's dedication to our agricultural community," said the Smith campaign. "His experience as a farmer and his commitment to protecting the rights and interests of farmers and ranchers make him the ideal candidate to represent them in the State Senate."
Smith, who currently represents Douglas, Ozark, and Taney Counties (District 155) in the Missouri House of Representatives, has been a staunch advocate for the agricultural sector throughout his tenure. His efforts to promote economic development, protect property rights, and support rural communities have earned him the respect and trust of his constituents and peers alike.
"I look forward to continuing my work with the Missouri Cattlemen's Association and other agricultural organizations to ensure that our farmers and ranchers have the resources and support they need to thrive," added Smith. "Together, we can build a stronger, more resilient agricultural economy that benefits all Missourians."
Travis Smith is a Republican State Representative for Douglas, Ozark, and Taney Counties (District 155) in the Missouri House of Representatives. With a background in small business, farming, and community leadership, Smith's platform says he is committed to preserving the values and way of life in Southern Missouri.
The Missouri Cattlemen's Association, established in 1911, is dedicated to promoting and protecting the beef-producing industry in Missouri. The association provides education, advocacy, and support to cattle feeders and ranchers, ensuring the sustainability and prosperity of the state's agricultural community.
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