The next podcast episode is specifically about foliar fungicides, a timely subject for both corn and soybeans. Listen to hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine talk with their first return guest and your very own district agronomist/contributor to this newsletter, Shannon McClintock.
Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss the unique agricultural practices in the Missouri Delta & MidSouth with MFA District 10 Agronomist Jesse Surface. Follow the podcast for discussions of Agronomy and Livestock topics from the Midwest MFA trade territory. Theme music is "Glass Jaw" by Bob Hart of Artlist.io
Check out Today's episode of Made For Agriculture Podcast on Carbon Credits. Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss the basics of Carbon Credits with the new Conservation Programs manager, Clayton Light, with the Missouri Soybean Association and Missouri Corn Association. They also talk about the new Carbon Pilot Program, a new carbon credit program for farmers in Missouri. MFA Incorporated is a partner in this program. For more info visit MoCarbonPilot.com or read the latest coverage in Today's Farmer magazine.
Grain marketing is the topic in the latest Made for Agriculture podcast. Hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine discuss Grain Marketing with MFA Director of Grain operations. They discuss everything from basic grain marketing terms and practices to more advanced topics and strategies.
Another podcast episode is out and this one is on weed control tips and new technology. MFA’s very own Natural Resources Conservation Specialist Adam Jones and Staff Agronomist Cameron Horine have teamed up to host the podcast, “Made for Agriculture.” In this episode, weed scientist Dr. Jason Wierich talks weed-control do's and don'ts.
As many podcast listeners know, MFA’s very own Natural Resources Conservation Specialist Adam Jones and Staff Agronomist Cameron Horine have teamed up to host the podcast, “Made for Agriculture.” In this episode, Tommy Lee talks about the many steps and challenges of delivering the MoySoy brand to customers.
How do you grow profitable wheat in the MidWest? Made for Ag host Adam Jones talks with MFA Precision Agronomist Shannon McClintock about the best practices for profitable wheat in Missouri and Kansas.
As many podcast listeners know, MFA’s very own Natural Resources Conservation Specialist Adam Jones and Staff Agronomist Cameron Horine have teamed up to host the podcast, “Made for Agriculture.” This episode is about spring calving and animal health issues.
Join us for the latest Made for Agriculture podcast with MFA's very own hosts Adam Jones and Cameron Horine as they discuss Agricultural topics with MFA expert nutritionists, precision agronomists, veterinarians, and farmers about best-practices and the latest products & services in production Agriculture.
As many road-warriors know, podcasting has undergone a resurgence over the last year. Podcasts work well for commuters or farmers who spend lots of time in the cab, and like audiobooks, podcasts can accommodate long-form recordings and in-depth treatments of complex topics that are hard to address in other media.
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