Check out the savings in the 2021 August Sale. The pricing is only available until August 21, 2021. Click to view the sales flyer below.
The next podcast episode is specifically about foliar fungicides, a timely subject for both corn and soybeans. Listen to hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine talk with their first return guest and your very own district agronomist/contributor to this newsletter, Shannon McClintock.
Landowners lease roughly 35% of Missouri crop, pasture, and woodland acreage to renters every year. Rented acreage has increased in recent years as more land has transitioned to the next generation, interest rates have incentivized land investments and interest in carbon markets and working land conservation has developed.
Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss the unique agricultural practices in the Missouri Delta & MidSouth with MFA District 10 Agronomist Jesse Surface. Follow the podcast for discussions of Agronomy and Livestock topics from the Midwest MFA trade territory. Theme music is "Glass Jaw" by Bob Hart of Artlist.io
Meet James Fischer, one of MFA’s Ag Experience interns from Appleton City, Mo. James will be a junior at the University of Missouri-Columbia in the fall, where he’s studying agriculture systems technology and plant sciences.
Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss pasture weed management with David Moore, MFA Range, and Pasture Specialist, and MFA Conservation Grazing Specialist Landry Jones. The team talk best-management practices to irradicate weeds and to get the most from your pastureland including intensive grazing.
Meet Chloe Momphard, Ag Experience intern from Troy, Mo. Chloe recently graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in animal sciences and will begin her first year at MU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in August.
Meet Haley Kidd, a sales intern in MFA’s Ag Experience program. Haley grew up on her family’s row-crop farm in Trenton, Mo., and says this summer has taught her more than she once thought was possible.
Check out our June/July Today's Farmer magazine. In this issue is a feature on the Groves Family dairy. Learn more about MFA's projects that partner in conservation, How to wage ware on Pigweed and MORE.
The 2021 MFA Ag Experience internship program kicked off May 17 at MFA Incorporated’s home office in Columbia. The 12-week program is designed to challenge, educate and inspire college students pursuing careers in agriculture, business and communications.
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