Stocker cattle health has always been a challenge, but the challenge seems to have increased over the years. We have some of the best vaccines and technology, but the mortality number has continued to rise.
A challenge in making and applying fertilizer blends is that the nature of different fertilizers affects how we apply specific nutrients.
Your herd's energy requirements go up when the temperature goes down
In the spray rigs and feed trucks across MFA trade territory, and in the halls of the MFA home office, employees are proud to be part of a cooperative business.
Useful results from MFA Training Camp plots, even with weather challenges.
It might surprise you to find me writing about monarch butterflies in this space. But I am. There has been a significant decline in the monarch population over the past few years. It is easy to point fingers to others, but it is time to admit that a shrinking habitat is likely the cause of monarch decline.
As we move into colder, winter months it is wise to remind ourselves and our livestock customers to remember and actively practice the principles of good biosecurity.
Proper choice and use of adjuvants helps crop protectants to their job.
Livestock operations can benefit from foresight in nutrient management plans
The Director of Agriculture has received a petition from the Missouri Beef Industry Council Board of Directors to conduct a referendum of Missouri cattle producers, pursuant to section 275.352 RSMo as amended, to establish a $1.00 per head state beef checkoff assessment.
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