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 Incorporated is pleased to announce an expanded partnership between its Precision Advantage, Crop-Trak and Nutri-Track service platforms and the Adapt-N nitrogen recommendations and monitoring system, operated by Agronomic Technology Corp and owned by Yara International. With Adapt-N now available to customers throughout the entire MFA trade territory, MFA growers will benefit from the ability to leverage field data already available within the MFA system to generate unbiased and scientifically validated in-season, variable-rate nitrogen recommendations.
MFA Nutri-Track released a new video which explains this high-tech program and it's impact on farmers and the environment. Click READ MORE to view the video and please share the video on your favorite social media network.
MFA Incorporated announces its procedures for sales and use of dicamba for the 2018 growing season. The policy restricts sales of products and includes an intensive scouting protocol that will base application dates on soybean growth stages. Updates to the policy will be made here. Click READ MORE to read the official policy or to download the pdf of the press release.
MFA Precision and Lexington, MO area farmer Lynn Fahrmeier are covered in the Technology Spotlight video series of Successful Farming Magazine. The Successful Farming Show #1009 aired originally on RFD-TV cable channel on March 16, 2017. Fahrmeier is an early adopter of precision technology and one of MFA's first customers in precision agriculture.
As the meeting season begins to slow down and the busy spring season gears up, I hope you’ve learned a few things that will impact your operation in a positive way. If you are a row-crop producer, I’m sure you have been informed about the do’s and don’ts with new herbicide technology—specifically, dicamba—that may be coming to your field or a neighboring farm.
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