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.
The Annual Meeting of MFA Incorporated will be held virtually on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, beginning at 10 a.m.
Click to read about our October issue. The magazine was just mailed and will soon hit the mailboxes of our members and subscribers.
Here are the stories in the August/September Today's Farmer magazine.
MFA is proud to support the MCA Profitability Challenge. Learn more about $15,000 in cash and prizes.
The USDA releases weekly updates about crop progress and conditions in Missouri. We are using that data to create these helpful documents for farmers wanting to track certain crops across the state. To view, click through this flipbook or click the link to download a pdf version. Graphics created by Lillie Hegeman. CLICK TO READ MORE.
by Jim White, MFA Director of Feed Nutrition.
The beef industry is shifting from commodity to value-added. In short, value-added marketing is taking a commodity and creating additional value through management practices, and then marketing that commodity in such a way as to be paid for the additional value created. Even if beef producers take steps to create added value through preconditioning practices, it means nothing if those animals aren’t marketed to capture that additional value. MFA’s Health Track, a Vac-45 nutrition and age-and-source verification program, is one way producers can realize this added value.
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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