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MFA Cruisin' Pellet (Medicated)


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•  Controlled consumption complete feed for developing heifers and cows

•  Produces healthy, functional heifers

•  Provides the energy and protein levels necessary for required Average Daily Gain

•  Targets consumption levels ½% to 1% of body weight per head per day

•  Fortified with vitamins and chelated minerals

•  A self-fed limiter that balances the deficiencies in protein energy, vitamin, mineral and rumen fermentation/function to increase rate of passage on poorer quality hay

•  Works on “turn out cows,” gestating cows, developing heifers, backgrounding cattle, fall calving cows under lactation and trying to rebreed

•  Assists poorer quality forage situations to meet the animals needs and aid in production development

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MFA Beef Feeds

Profitable beef performance

The success of our farmer/owners is absolutely critical to MFA. To that end, we've developed a full range of feed products to meet the needs of producers in our trade territory.

Supplementing cows

Proper supplementation helps fill in nutritional gaps when forage is short or when forage quality is less than required to meet cows' needs.

Creep feeding

MFA Feeds deliver extra pounds and less stress at weaning, plus improved cow reproductive performance.


MFA's Cattle Charge reduces the stress of weaning. It provides the nutritional fortification to keep calves healthy and gaining.


MFA offers hand-fed and convenient limited-intake options to achieve targeted gain and optimum forage utilization after weaning.


MFA Feeds, as supplements to grain, safely provide maximum gains and carcass performance.

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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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American Simmental Assoc.
North American Limousin Assoc.
Red Angus Assoc. of America


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David Schneider, Heifer Development
Feedyard - Tribune, KS

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