MFA Incorporated is proud to again be a primary show sponsor to the Western Farm Show at the historic American Royal Complex in Kansas City, Missouri. This year's show is February 23-25 and MFA will again have multiple booths there. Drop by to see our guys and gals to learn about MFA's and AgChoice products and services as well as attend the Saturday special events at the show.
Here are some Photos from Fridays booths at the 2018 Western Farm show.
MFA Incorporated product and service booths include:
Governor’s Bulding Booth F – MFA, Applegate, B&B Tech, Feed Train, Stay-Tuff
Upper Level Exhibits Booth 2301 – MFA, Livestock shed, Powder River, WW Livestock Equipment
Lower Exhibition Hall Booth 849– MFA Precision Agronomy. Don't miss the MFA Precision Agronomy virtual sandbox which debuts to the public at the show. You'll want to talk about Nutri-Track, Crop-Trak and the 4-Rs with our agronomy experts at the booth.
Central Hall Booth HH – MorSoy and MorCorn Seed experts will be in the main hallway.
We will also have MFA Incorporated employment and intern recruiters on hand at the Western Farm Show on Friday.
Saturday Special Events include:
Low Stress livestock handling is on Saturday. The show will be a little different than previous year's because they are changing the cattle working equipment setup this year. It should be educational for everyone from beginners to seasoned cattle men and women.
The MFA Beef Innovators meeting and lunch is on Saturday at noon - Speak to your local MFA feed sales expert to get a ticket. Mike John and Mike Spidle will be speaking.
Entry will be $8 at the door. Children ages 13 and under are FREE.
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The Western Farm show will again be at the historic American Royal Complex, 1701 American Royal Ct, Kansas City, M0 64102
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