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"Achieve maximum net return per acre utilizing the most cost effective resources."

The MFA PowerCalf program provides access to the latest technology along with products and services to increase profit for the cow/calf producer. Combining best management practices with detailed records, MFA staff can assist in digitizing, analyzing and benchmarking herd improvement for increased profit. PowerCalf helps producers measure and manage all aspects of their operation, from forage quality to herd genetics, health & nutrition protocols, and reproductive efficiency.

PowerCalf is a menu of products and services producers can choose from to fit their needs, it is not a specific set of requirements or protocols.

PowerCalf is also where the most current best management practices are outlined so that producers can choose the tools they need to deploy the practices they wish to use.

PowerCalf can help:

  • Utilize all applicable whole herd best management practices.
  • Capture data points necessary for measuring key production activities.
  • Digitize, standardize, and manage production data to facilitate decision making.
  • Determine and access the genetics most able to improve desired performance and quality.
  • Prepare your calf crop for marketing at the point of maximum return.
  • Maximize the efficiency, quality, and sustainability of your forage base.

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 "When my buyer says they are MFA Health Track cattle, I don't do anything to
them and I have never had a problem."

David Schneider, Heifer Development
Feedyard - Tribune, KS

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*** MFA Easykeeper Golden Years


MFA Easykeeper Golden Years

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Formulated to meet the special nutritional needs of the mature horse.  Available in pellet form.  
• Contains Biotin for dry cracked hoof conditions
• Easier to chew and digest
• Horses consume good quantities readily
• Properly balanced vital nutrients, especially for the needs
   of an older  horse to improve overall animal health
• Pelleted to aid in digestibility and decrease colic 


Nutrient Analysis


Crude Protein, not less than..........


Crude Fat, not less than................


Crude Fiber, not more than............


Calcium, not less than..................


Salt, not less than........................


Copper, not less than...................

81 ppm

Selenium, not less than................

0.3 ppm

Biotin, not less than .....................

1.15 mg/lb.

Feeding Directions

Feed Easykeeper Golden Years 1 % of body weight for maintenance and up to 2% of body weight for horses in poor condition doing little work or horses in medium condition doing hard work. Pasture or hay and water should be available at all times.
Avoid drastic fluctuations. If ration changes are necessary do so gradually. Blend an increasing amount of new ration with a decreasing amount of the present ration over a 4 to 7 day period.


This product contains copper. Do not feed to sheep.

Don't forget: Offer MFA 5% Horse Mineral free choice to all ages. Can also be top dressed at 2 ounces per head per day. For foals, weanlings and horses in heavy training, add 4 ounces to feed daily. Always offer plenty of fresh, clean water.

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