The December 2017 - January 2018 Today's Farmer magazine is now available online. This issue includes a 2018 Survival Guide, Season Insights and MFA company news. Learn about Chestnuts in Missouri and the latest on Dicamba as well as some useful livestock tips. Click the READ MORE to follow the links to individual Today's Farmer magazine stories as well as a link to the flip book version of the magazine.
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.
MFA Incorporated announces its procedures for sales and use of dicamba for the 2018 growing season. The policy restricts sales of products and includes an intensive scouting protocol that will base application dates on soybean growth stages. Updates to the policy will be made here. Click READ MORE to read the official policy or to download the pdf of the press release.
MFA's member magazine, Today's Famer has been shipped and is in route today to customers, members and subscribers. The cover story is about two farm families currently led by the Millennial generation farmers who are serious about agriculture. This issue also covers everything from business structures, environmental excellence, Swine health problems and profits, excellence in Ag manufacturing, soil nutrients, soup recipes, some harvest perspective by our President/CEO and more. Click READ MORE for links to this issue's stories and a flip book link.
Want to try the latest mobile app in livestock management? Then check out Ben McMullin's videos that explain the basics of the app, how to set up the app, and just how the web portal works. Click to READ MORE to view.
As Temperatures Rise, The Cattle hide by Dr. Jim White, MFA Feed Nutritionist CLICK TO READ MORE
The MFA rail facility located east of Hamilton Missouri loaded the first Union Pacific Train to visit the location on Oct. 9, 2017. Click to read more and to view a short video clip of the first train rolling into the location.
October Feed Newsletter includes coverage of the new MFA Health Track offereing "MFA Health Track adds extra value with new ABS Alliance Advantage Program." Also, MFA Director of Nutrition Jim White talks about how temperature effects livestock in, "As Temperatures Rise, The Cattle hide." Click for more information
The time is approaching or has arrived to wean spring-born calves. September is a good time to process animals pre-weaning. Stresses associated with weaning can be minimized by spreading out other activities such as vaccinations, deworming, castration and dehorning. PowerCalf and Health Track guidelines are available at http://www.mfa-inc.com/powercalf.aspx
The October issue of Today's Farmer has mailed and will soon be in mailboxes. Today's Farmer is MFA Incorporated's member magazine and it covers today's issues and features from agriculture in the MFA trade territory. Subscribe today to get the printed magazine in your mailbox. Follow the Read More link to see this month's stories and coverage.
MFA Precision is proud to announce a new service called the MFA Agronomy Dashboard. It’s a website and an app that allows you to access all your precision ag data organized in one place. From harvest and variable planting maps to nutrient management plans, your data can be at your fingertips and as close as your mobile device or desktop computer. MFA Agronomy Dashboard is a downloadable app for your iPhone or iPad. A web-based version is available for desktop use and for non-Apple mobile devices via a web browser like Google Chrome. An Android version of the app is currently under development.
Contact your local MFA Precision expert or MFA Affiliate to learn more.
CLICK HERE www.mfaagronomydashboard.com/
CLICK to visit the MFA Agronomy Dashboard
Existing Nutri-Track.ag USERS CLICK HERE
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