The Missouri Farm Bureau wants to plant some political seeds. The Farm Bureau says it’s a case of self-preservation–finding good people to run for public office, especially in Missouri’s rural areas. State president Charlie Kruse says Missouri’s increasingly urban population puts greater pressure on rural interests to have good representatives in the legislature. Kruse says about half of the members of the Missouri legislature will not be able to run again in the next elections, and it’s time to find the candidates to replace them.