Missouri’s “right-to-farm” statewide amendment, which voters approved by a narrow margin in an August primary election, has again come out ahead in a recount, according to news reports. The amendment, which aims to protect farmers from burdensome new regulations on accepted practices, passed by 2,490 votes in the August election. After the recount, the winning margin was 2,375 votes, according to an announcement from Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander.