The following are summaries and other information related to Proposed Rules that the Department of Agriculture has submitted to the Secretary of State for Publication in the Missouri Register. These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments, and to attend a public hearing if one is scheduled.

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Proposed Rule Summary Fiscal Note(s) Supporting Documents Link to Missouri Register Small Business Impact Statement Date Posted
2 CSR 80-5.010.pdf

This proposed amendment complies with section 196.945, RSMo, to set inspection fees for Fiscal Year 2018 for milk produced on farms inspected by the State Milk Board and milk imported from points beyond the limits of routine inspection. The inspection fees for Fiscal Year 2018 will remain the same as Fiscal Year 2017. State Milk Board grade “A” regulatory program is a fully funded fee based program that does not rely on General Revenue for funding.

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  Volume 42, Number 9 Small Business Impact Apr. 25, 2017
2 CSR 90-65.080.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule describes the disclaimer to be included with any digital or hard copy map produced from a digital cadastral parcel mapping system.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.070.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes the accuracy reporting requirements for digital cadastral parcel mapping.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.060.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule describes the minimum standard requirements that apply to land parcels in a digital cadastral parcel mapping system.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.050.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule describes the minimum standard requirements that apply to the United States Public Land Survey System in a digital cadastral parcel mapping system.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.040.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule specifies the coordinate system utilized for digital cadastral parcel mapping in Missouri.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.030.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule defines the terms as used in the Cadastral Mapping Standard

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.020.pdf

This rule describes the scope, mission, and goals of the Cadastral Mapping Survey Standards. Pursuant to HB 28, the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-65.010.pdf

These minimum standards provide the digital mapper and recipient of digital cadastral parcel mapping products a realistic guideline for the product delivered. This rule describes the digital cadastral mapping system components to which these minimum standards apply. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
Chapter 63 and 64

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was transferred from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture. Effective August 28, 2013, the following rules are transferred to the Department of Agriculture.

    Volume 42, Number 1   Dec. 12, 2016
10 CSR 30-4.070.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule is being rescinded because modern-day GPS and technology has rendered this rule moot and obsolete.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.060.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes the minimum procedures for first or second order traverse surveys.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.050.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes the minimum procedures for first or second order Global Positioning System surveys.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.040.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule designates the procedures for determining which control will be a part of the Missouri Geographic Reference System and approved for publication by Missouri Department of Agriculture.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.030.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes the acceptable accuracy of first and second order control.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.020.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule describes the classes of horizontal control pertaining to the First and Second Order Horizontal and Vertical Control.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-62.010.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule defines technical terms used in Chapter 62 regarding First and Second Order Horizontal and Vertical Control.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-61.080.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes the form of the document to be filed with the Department of Agriculture.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 12, 2016
2 CSR 90-61.070.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule prescribes requirements for referencing corners of the United State Public Land Survey to the Missouri Coordinate System of 1983.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
10 CSR 30-3.060.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule is being rescinded since its content has been added to section (3) of rule 2 CSR 90-61.050 titled Monumentation.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-61.050.pdf

Pursuant to HB 28, the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. The division is amending this rule to modernize the language and terms in the rule. This rule describes the type of monument to be installed to preserve the position of the United States Public Land Survey Corner.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-61.040.pdf

Pursuant to HB 28, the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. The division is amending this rule to modernize the language and terms in the rule. This rule describes the procedure for filing certified land corner documents with the Department of Agriculture.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
10 CSR 30-3.030.pdf

Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. This rule is being rescinded because it is repetitive of Rule 10 CSR 30-3.020 and will not be transferred to the Department of Agriculture.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-610.020.pdf

This rule identifies who is authorized to alter or remove a corner of the United States Public Land Survey and how to obtain permission from the Department of Agriculture. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-610.010.pdf

Pursuant to HB 28, the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013. The division is amending this rule to better define the terms used in this chapter.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.070.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule sets forth how and what improvements and easements are to be located and shown on a property boundary survey. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 14, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.060.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule prescribes the approved type of monumentation to be used on property boundary surveys. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.050.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule sets forth the requirements for referencing land boundary corners to the Missouri Coordinate System of 1983. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.040.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule sets forth the accuracy standards for all property boundary surveys. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.030.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule sets forth standards that apply to all property boundary surveys. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.020.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule defines the various technical and legal terms used in this chapter. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-60.010.pdf

These standards provide the surveyor and recipient of boundary surveys with a realistic guideline for adequate survey performance. This rule describes the types of surveys to which these standards apply. Pursuant to HB28 the Land Survey Program was moved from Department of Natural Resources to Department of Agriculture in August 2013.

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-1.010.pdf

The purpose of this amendment is to add the Land Survey Program to the Weights Measures and Consumer Protection Division along with making minor changes, including formally changing the Division name to include words "Consumer Protection".

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  Volume 42, Number 1 Small Business Impact Dec. 9, 2016
2 CSR 90-30.040

This amendment changes the vapor pressure exceptions date from May 1, 2016 to May 1, 2017.

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  Volume 41, Number 16 Small Business Impact Aug. 15, 2016
2 CSR 90-30.40

This emergency amendment extends the volatility exception date allowed for gasoline containing up to fifteen percent (15%) ethanol from May 1, 2016, to May 1, 2017. This emergency amendment is necessary to protect the public health, safety, and welfare as this will prevent potential gasoline shortages in Missouri during the period of September 16, 2016, through May 1, 2017.

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  Volume 41, Number 16 Small Business Impact Aug. 15, 2016
2 CSR 30-10.010 This amendment ensures that the current rule language clearly includes the most recent publication date of Part 300 to the end of Title 9, the Code of Federal Regulations for the Missouri Meat and Poultry Inspection Program to be in compliance with the federal regulations and maintain “equal to” status as determined by the United States Department of Agriculture/Food Safety and Inspection Service. Public
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  Volume 41, Number 9 Small Business Impact May 2, 2016
2 CSR 60-4.030 A new range of capacity has been added for low capacity businesses wishing to be licensed as a public warehouse. Rates for current capacity ranges will be changed by the adoption of this rule. Public
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  Volume 41, Number 3 Small Business Impact February 1, 2016
2 CSR 60-4.050 Adoption of this rule will allow the licensed public grain warehouseman to use electronic negotiable warehouse receipts and reduce the number of copies of negotiable warehouse receipts the warehouseman is required to use and distribute. Public
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    Small Business Impact February 1, 2016
2 CSR 60-4.120 Adoption of this rule will remove the requirement that a licensed public grain warehouseman to file a tariff each year at the time the public grain warehouse license is renewed. A tariff will be required with an original application for a public grain warehouse license, and at any time the licensed public grain warehouseman wishes to change rates charged depositors of grain. Public
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    Small Business Impact February 1, 2016
2 CSR 60-4.150 Adoption of this rule will remove the requirement that an irrevocable letter of credit, provided in lieu of a public grain warehouse bond, be issued by a bank chartered under the laws of Missouri. Also, the requirement that an irrevocable letter of credit provided in lieu of a public grain warehouse bond be negotiable only at a financial institution located within Missouri is removed. The International Chamber of Commerce publication which cites rules that issuing banks are to follow is updated to the current publication number. Public
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    Small Business Impact February 1, 2016
2 CSR 60-5.080 Adoption of this rule will remove the requirement that an irrevocable letter of credit, provided in lieu of a grain dealer bond, be issued by a bank chartered under the laws of Missouri. Also, the requirement that an irrevocable letter of credit provided in lieu of a grain dealer bond be negotiable only at a financial institution located within Missouri is removed. The International Chamber of Commerce publication which cites rules that issuing banks are to follow is updated to the current publication number. Public
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    Small Business Impact February 1, 2016
2 CSR 90-30

This amendment is proposed to comply with RsMo 414.300 which requires specific labeling for alternative fuels including ethanol flex fuel (E85), ethanol flex fuel blends (E16-E50), and biodiesel-diesel fuel blends.

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    Small Business Impact January 8, 2016
2 CSR 30-10.010

This amendment ensures that the current rule language clearly includes the most recent publication of Part 300 to end of Title 9, Code of Federal Regulations for the Missouri Meat and Poultry Inspection Program to be in compliance with federal regulations and maintain “equal to” status as determined by the United States Department of Agriculture/food Safety and Inspection Service.

        October 20, 2015
2 CSR 100-2.040

The purpose of this amendment is to clarify the fee structure for the Beginning Farmer Loan Program.

    Volume 40, Number 17   August 28, 2015
2 CSR 100-2.020

The purpose of this amendment is to clarify borrower eligibility requirements for the Beginning Farmer Loan Program.

    Volume 40, Number 17   August 28, 2015

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