M.F.A. podcast hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss beef marketing with Mike John, manager of MFA Health Track. They go in-depth on modern record-keeping and industry trends with the cattle market. If you want to know where the industry is headed and exactly what is MFA HealthTrack, then tune in here.
When it comes to preconditioning programs, there is no equal to MFA’s Health Track.
After 20-plus years and more than 800,000 cattle tagged, Health Track’s experience and reputation are second to none. Others may try to imitate Health Track’s success, but they always fall short.
As many podcast listeners know, MFA’s very own Natural Resources Conservation Specialist Adam Jones and Staff Agronomist Cameron Horine have teamed up to host the podcast, “Made for Agriculture.” This episode is about spring calving and animal health issues.
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.
MFA is proud to support the MCA Profitability Challenge. Learn more about $15,000 in cash and prizes.
Horse owners looking for a premium equine feed now have more choices from MFA.
Nationally recognized Tribute® Equine Nutrition has been added to the product lines at MFA Agri Services, AGChoice and local affiliates. Tribute Equine Nutrition products are manufactured by Kalmbach Feeds, a family-owned business based in Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
Although well known among professional equestrians, Tribute has only been widely sold east of the Mississippi River until now, said Mike Spidle, MFA Incorporated strategic feed specialist. This partnership will be Kalmbach’s first big push into MFA territory.
What is the difference between the MFA Shield products? Here is a definitive explanation of the products, their uses and benefits.
The Western Farm Show returns Feb. 22-24 to the American Royal complex in Kansas City, Mo. The 58th annual event boasts some 500 exhibitors and 400,000 square feet of exhibit space, featuring expansive displays of the newest technologies in equipment, farm structures, fertilizer, feed, seed, tools and much more.
MFA launches new Ring Leader feeds for livestock exhibitors.
MFA Feed Division developed a new swine premix for non-GMO diets to fill pork grower requests.
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