Another podcast episode is out and this one is on weed control tips and new technology. 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.” In this episode, weed scientist Dr. Jason Wierich talks weed-control do's and don'ts.
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.” In this episode, Tommy Lee talks about the many steps and challenges of delivering the MoySoy brand to customers.
How do you grow profitable wheat in the MidWest? Made for Ag host Adam Jones talks with MFA Precision Agronomist Shannon McClintock about the best practices for profitable wheat in Missouri and Kansas.
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 Agronomist Jason Worthington talks about the right time to plant row crops.
Combining MFA’s precision program and scouting services gives growers comprehensive field management solutions
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.
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.
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