Questions and answers with MFA Director of Nutrition Dr. Jim White.
What do you see when you look at a forage stand? A source of livestock feed or a commodity to be sold? The more forage you have, the more cattle you can feed. Fertilizer is a principal input cost for a forage crop. There are no substitutes or shortcuts for providing adequate nutrients. Cutting back on fertilizer will likely cost more over the long run because of decreased yields and stand longevity. We recently dropped in on MFA’s Director of Nutrition Dr. Jim White to ask a few questions about strategies for improving forages and what they can mean for cattle performance. His responses are below:
MFA Precision is proud to announce a new service called the MFA Agronomy Dashboard. It’s a website and an app that allows you to access all your precision ag data organized in one place. From harvest and variable planting maps to nutrient management plans, your data can be at your fingertips and as close as your mobile device or desktop computer. MFA Agronomy Dashboard is a downloadable app for your iPhone or iPad. A web-based version is available for desktop use and for non-Apple mobile devices via a web browser like Google Chrome. An Android version of the app is currently under development.
Contact your local MFA Precision expert or MFA Affiliate to learn more.
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