FEATURES

Ready when you are
Prepare grain bins now for insect-free storage later

by Allison Jenkins

Full speed ahead for River Valley Agronomy Center
Efficiencies highlighted during open house for legislators, leaders

by Allison Jenkins

Creating a buzz about pollinators
Workshop educates farmers, landowners on native habitat management

by Victoria Washburn

2023 MFA Foundation Scholarships list
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Filling the gap
MFA precision technology, customer partnering help
Davis Farms cover more acres with less worry

by Jessica Ekern

Plotting for success
MFA’s 2022 replicated trials identify top-performing MorCorn, MorSoy seed

by Garrett Imhoff

Dry times are trying times for cattle producers
Think rationally, not emotionally, when weighing options to manage forage shortages

by Travis Watson

Don’t let forage shortages hinder horse health
Management measures, alternative feedstuffs can help stretch supplies

by Dr. Jim White

Country Corner
Listen up! AM matters to rural America

by Allison Jenkins

UpFront / Blog
Markets make their mark
Missouri Innovation Center cultivates growth in local agribusinesses
Farm Bill listening session among events at Missouri State Fair

Markets
Crops: Is the biofuel glass half full or half empty?
Cattle: High prices coming and going


Recipes
A taste of honey


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Viewpoint
Big stakes as the farm bill takes shape

by Ernie Verslues

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June/July 2023

FEATURES

Dairy in their DNA (Cover Story)
Five generations strong, the Kraus family farm withstands the test of time
by Jessica Ekern

Proving grounds

MFA demonstrates new See & Spray Ultimate technology
by Allison Jenkins

More crop per drop
Proper irrigation management helps growers outsmart Mother Nature
by Allison Jenkins

Q&A with MFA
Learn more about your cooperative leaders
by Craig Lambert

MFA grants help fund community projects
by Allison Jenkins

Weaning winning replacement heifers
Successful transition requires gradual changes, proper nutrition
by Dr. Jim White

Shorter may be smarter in corn production
Bayer’s new short-stature technology is an exciting advancement for growers
by Shannon Mcclintock

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Country Corner
Thank you, Dr. Wisner, for sharing your expertise
by Allison Jenkins

UpFront/Blog
Making creative conservation connections
MFA interns off to a busy start
Prescription rule for livestock antibiotics starts soon

Markets (flipbook link)

Corn: Drought continues to concern the Corn Belt
Soybeans: Planted acreage may be less than predicted
Cattle: It’s a good time to be in the cattle business
Wheat: Tough times for hard red winter wheat

Recipes (flipbook link)
Zucchini Zing

Marketplace (flipbook link)

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Viewpoint
Technology and time grow new realities
By Ernie Verslues

Closing Thought (flipbook link)
Poetry by Walter Bargen
Photograph by Allison Jenkins

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May 2023 Today's Farmer Magazine
FEATURES

The art of the tomato
Growers connect with experts on ways to produce Missouri’s top-selling specialty crop

by Jessica Ekern

Purple Power - Purple tomoatos and more
by Jessica Ekern

Claim to fame
MFA’s Wayne Nichols honored by Missouri Institute of Cooperatives

by Allison Jenkins

Digging deeper into soil health
MFA’s new testing service provides broader picture beneath the surface

by Allison Jenkins

Carlson is Cattleman of the Year
by Allison Jenkins

New director, chairman elected to MFA Incorporated board
by Allison Jenkins

MFA welcomes new conservation specialist
by Allison Jenkins

Completing the circle
Partnering with MFA helps the Mairs family fulfill their ranching dream
by Jessica Ekern

Aquatic plant or water weed?
Depends on whether it’s a nuisance or not
by Allison Jenkins

2023 insecticide eartag comparisons
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Bring safety into focus
MFA youth create artwork to show ways to avoid danger on the farm, in the workplace

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Mounting resistance threatens pesticide power
HPPD inhibitors may be latest group to lose control of waterhemp
by Scott Wilburn

Too much N can do cattle in

Carefully managing forage fertility can mitigate risk of nitrate poisoning
by Dr. Jim White

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Country Corner
Is your farm safe from cybercrime?

by Allison Jenkins

UpFront / Blog
Farmall tractor turns 100
Who will be the next stewardship star?
Secretary of ag kicks off climate-smart funding

Markets
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Corn: Export sales lag behind last year
Soybeans: Demand growth likely to outpace supply
Cattle: Beef exports reach record levels in 2022
Wheat: Traders watch winter wheat condition


Recipes
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Berry good


BUY, sell, trade
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Marketplace

Viewpoint
Working together for success

by Ernie Verslues

Closing Thought
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Poem by Walter Bargen
Photo by Jessica Ekern

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