Made For Agriculture hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss the ins and outs of the growing season as well as a few new challenges of custom application and farming from the retail service side of the business. MFA Agronomists Jesse Surface, Scott Wilburn, and Kevin Moore join the podcast and discuss the growing season in their districts.
Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine speak with Jason Worthington about the value MFA places on research. As staff Agronomist in charge of the trials, Cameron talks at length about the replicated trials for seed and the product testing methods used across the MFA trade territory. Then Worthington and Horine battle in the first Trivia contest of the podcast. There can only be one winner in this inaugural battle.
MFA’s District Agronomist and resident bug expert Kevin Moore talks about Integrated Pest Management, insect control, and monitoring in Midwest row crops with M.F.A. hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine. They discuss the proper approach to manage late-season insects as well as economic thresholds to establish a for control.
Grain marketing is the topic in the latest Made for Agriculture podcast. Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss Grain Marketing with MFA Director of Grain operations. They discuss everything from basic grain marketing terms and practices to more advanced topics and strategies.
Join us for the latest Made for Agriculture podcast with MFA's very own hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine as they discuss Agricultural topics with MFA expert nutritionists, precision agronomists, veterinarians, and farmers about best-practices and the latest products & services in production Agriculture.
By David Moore, MFA Range & Pasture Specialist. MFA It’s that time of year when the NEW in new year really shows. New calves, blooming redbuds, and new growth of green grass. Sure, we’ll keep some hay out until they refuse it, but we can see light at the end of that tunnel we call winter. The time is upon us to plan our fertilizer application. Plan now to be rolling in grass this year!
As many road-warriors know, podcasting has undergone a resurgence over the last year. Podcasts work well for commuters or farmers who spend lots of time in the cab, and like audiobooks, podcasts can accommodate long-form recordings and in-depth treatments of complex topics that are hard to address in other media.
The USDA releases weekly updates about crop progress and conditions in Missouri. We are using that data to create these helpful documents for farmers wanting to track certain crops across the state. To view, click through this flipbook or click the link to download a pdf version. Graphics created by Lillie Hegeman. CLICK TO READ MORE.
COMBINE FOLIAR APPLICATIONS TO HELP FIGHT STRESS, PROMOTE HEALTH GROWTH AND TURBOCHARGE YIELDS WITH NITROGEN-FUNGICIDE SYNERGY
The 2019 MFA Agronomy Guide is hot off the presses and now available through MFA affiliates throughout the territory. The Agronomy Guide helps farmers keep all vital crop protection and seed information for Ag operations close by. Each year the professional agronomists at MFA publish the Agronomy Guide, a publication our members call "essential." The guide includes seed and crop protection solutions for corn, milo, wheat, soybeans, rice, cotton and pasture markets.
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