Check out the digital version of the June MFA Feed Newsletter which has just shipped via mail and email.
By Mike John, Director of MFA Health Track Operations. Columbia, MO – Since its creation in January 2000, the MFA Health Track program has enrolled and tagged more than 600,000 head of feeder calves into the nation’s most comprehensive third-party verified beef cattle preconditioning program. Now, the program is adding even more value for participating producers through a new partnership with ABS Global, a world-leading provider of bovine genetics, reproduction services and technologies.
Dr. Jason Weirich discusses proper use of new dicamba technology. Click to view his video and links for resources to better manage your dicamba application.
As fly/vector season starts into full swing, producer interest in using Chlortetracycline (CTC) to prevent and control Anaplasmosis is increasing. Additionally, Veterinarians are writing the VFDs required to access the CTC products to use in this effort.
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After historic rainfall and flooding over the past week, many farmers will want to know the extent of damage to their crop fields.
A great way to keep up on what is going on in your agronomy region is to check out the seed finder section of MFAseed.com. MFA area sales managers are keeping us up on the growing conditions and the best seeds for your area through their blogs.
Don't miss the May issue of Today's Farmer Magazine. IN THIS ISSUE you will find team coverage of the Kansas wildfires including exclusive photography by Today's Farmer's very own photojournalist, Kerri Lotvin. In this Country Corner TF editor Allison Jenkins discusses how the fires effected us across MFA country. We also cover Rural Broadband, Mobile Medicine, the 4r's, just how much is too much sulfur, residuals and little about our cooperatives founding principles.
The Walker and Nevada MFA Agri Services teamed up last week to put on a show clinic for area 4-H and FFA students interested in or currently raising livestock projects. The clinic covered and focused on proper feeding of Beef and Swine projects. Attendees came in from three local 4-H projects and two FFA chapters.
The April Today’s Farmer magazine mails this week. If you are a subscriber, this is what you’ll read in the 109th Year, issue no. 3:
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