At MFA, we support youth in agriculture. We know that today's young people are tomorrow's leaders. And we put our money where our mouth is.
Every spring approximately 300 graduating high school seniors receive MFA scholarships, co-sponsored by the MFA Foundation and participating local MFA agencies. We've done this for more than 50 years to the tune of more than 10,000 scholarships and $10 million.
MFA Foundation scholarships are offered at high schools with participating MFA Agri Services Centers, MFA Oil Company propane plants and MFA Oil Company bulk plants. Please contact your school counselor to see if your school has an MFA Foundation sponsored scholarship available.
The MFA Foundation makes gifts directly and generally, in an unrestricted manner, to private colleges. While the college scholarship program constitutes the main thrust of the MFA Foundation, the Foundation also pursues other worthwhile projects.
The Foundation also contributes to other programs that are consistent with the Foundation's original purpose of providing educational opportunity for youth. Included in these programs are: Missouri 4-H Foundation, Missouri FFA Association, Missouri Young Farmers Association and Missouri Young Farm Wives Associations.
4-H and FFA
Every year, MFA supports youth livestock projects with the 4-H and FFA Project premium program. Students who use MFA products can win money for county and state Rate-of-Gain contests as well as two carcass contests.
Capitalize on your livestock project with MFA 4-H/FFA livestock project premiums. Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep, Bucket Calf and Goat projects are eligible.
Links to Program Entry Forms
Learn how MFA feed can benefit your show animal.
Ring Leader Show Ration - A highly palatable feed designed to bring out the full genetic potential of market show calves.
Muscle Pig Show Diet- A balanced feed that promotes efficient, lean gain and improved carcass.
Show Lamb BT34- Promotes health and gain to develop lambs to their full potential.
Show Goat Ration- Promotes health and gain to develop goats to their full potential.