MFA's March member magazine Today's Farmer is in mail boxes this week. Click to view this month's helpful features, columns and technical articles below.
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.
What’s your breakeven? Whether it be cost of inputs, rent or labor, it is important to know where your hard-earned dollar is going in any given year. When asked your cost per acre for corn or soybeans, you may not know off the top of your head. But once you have the patience to sit down and truly figure the costs, it doesn’t take much time to determine a net income.
Even with all those calculations, there is still one expense that may affect your bottom line unexpectedly: the unit structure on your crop insurance policy.
Join us for the latest Made for Agriculture podcast with MFA's very own hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine as they discuss Agricultural topics with MFA expert nutritionists, precision agronomists, veterinarians, and farmers about best-practices and the latest products & services in production Agriculture.
For 2021, the MFA Board of Directors and management have decided to cancel all in-person District Delegate meetings due to the continued risk of COVID to our members and employees.
By David Moore, MFA Range & Pasture Specialist. MFA It’s that time of year when the NEW in new year really shows. New calves, blooming redbuds, and new growth of green grass. Sure, we’ll keep some hay out until they refuse it, but we can see light at the end of that tunnel we call winter. The time is upon us to plan our fertilizer application. Plan now to be rolling in grass this year!
The Feb. 2021 Today's Farmer magazine is in the mail headed to MFA subscribers & members across the territory.
We are sharing the stories here as well as on MFA's social media accounts. Click on the story titles below for direct links to each story in this issue. On the website, several articles in this issue have additional images in the galleries that were not originally posted in the printed magazine. The image on the bottom of this article leads to a flipbook of the original printed magazine.
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.
The Dec. 2020 / Jan. 2021 Today's Farmer magazine is in the mail and the magazine is on its way to subscribers and MFA members. Here are the stories:
Check out the savings on our End of Year 2020 sale. Click to look at the sale flyer, find an MFA affiliate and save.
Click to subscribe to the print version of our member magazine. Today's Farmer magazine is an award-winning ag publication that is published 9 times yearly.
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