President George W. Bush will visit Missouri on Monday as part of a three-state swing to showcase the importance of agriculture to the world’s economy. He’ll stop at a feed mill in the Ozarks farming community of Aurora. The President will fly from Moline, Illinois, to Springfield-Branson Regional Airport before flying by plane or helicopter to Aurora. He’ll visit the Missouri Farmer’s Association Aurora Feed Mill plant, speaking with local farmers. He’ll then visit Aurora High School, visiting with members of FFA teams from Marionville, Mount Vernon, and Aurora.