As the meeting season begins to slow down and the busy spring season gears up, I hope you’ve learned a few things that will impact your operation in a positive way. If you are a row-crop producer, I’m sure you have been informed about the do’s and don’ts with new herbicide technology—specifically, dicamba—that may be coming to your field or a neighboring farm.
The March issue of Today's Farmer magazine has mailed. Here are the stories in this month's MFA Incorporated member magazine.
Tarter 3-Point equipment is engineered to perform day in and day out. Whether it’s plowing, mowing, moving, digging, or leveling, Tarter has it covered. Tarter’s team of Engineers have the capability to design and build a wide range of agricultural equipment. Our Engineering Team is equipped with the latest and greatest in conceptual and 3D modeling software and equipment.
A great way to keep up on the best seed and just what is going on in your neck of the woods is check out the Seed Finder Section of MFAseed.com. MFA Area Sales Managers are keeping us up on the growing conditions and the best seeds for the regions through their blogs.
Safety should be your number one priority.
Spring is just around corner and you’re getting ready to work your cattle once again before turning them out to summer pasture. With the thought of once again running cattle through your old, worn-out corral system, disastrous scenarios keep playing out in your mind.
Check out the latest Agronomy Guide now available at your local MFA affiliate or online for purchase. Find out more at AgronomyGuide.com or Listen to the guide's editor speak about just what the 2017 Agronomy guide has inside.
The MFA Incorporated Training Center is used for employee training for MFA's employees. MFA leads the industry in maintaining the best-trained workforce and to do this the cooperative routinely holds training that ranges from sales and customer service to technical and safety training.
The Western Farm Show returns to the American Royal Complex in Kansas City, Mo., Friday through Sunday, Feb. 24-26, 2017, offering expansive displays of new equipment along with a vast array of other products and services for farmers and ranchers.
The popular event (one of the largest indoor farm shows in the Midwest) features hundreds of exhibitors, acres of things to see and do, and the latest in farm and ranch technology and more. In addition to the newest farm equipment, visitors will again have the opportunity to browse crop production and livestock products, farm structures and numerous ag services, including booths from MFA Incorporated.
This year MFA Incorporated began working with AmTrust Ag to provide crop insurance for our customers.
During the winter months, water intake becomes very important. Horses do not like to drink too cold or icy water. A stock tank with a heater is a life saver.
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