May 2018 Today's Farmer Magazine

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Habitat rehab (cover story)
Farmers show agriculture production, quail restoration can successfully coexist
by Kerry Lotvin

Taking the lead
Chairman changes, new directors elected on MFA board
by Allison Jenkins

Foliars that fit
MFA Gold Advantage is tailor-made crop nutrition
by Allison Jenkins

Economically sound stewardship
Dunlop Farms named 4R Advocates
by Kerri Lotven

Farmers behind the figures
AFPC Representative Farms Program bases its data on real people
by Allison Jenkins

With weed control, do the right thing
Follow best management practices to combat resistance, protect technology
by Dr. Jason Weirich

Ash can trash your forage value
Following proper harvest practices can help maintain hay quality
by Dr. Jim White

Show business
Livestock projects mean more than blue ribbons for Alex and Caroline Rhode
by Allison Jenkins

Country Corner
Values from the farm help raise kids ‘right’
by Allison Jenkins

UpFront (Blog)
Pitch pesticides properly
Field of study
Academy awards
Farmers are ‘first casualties in trade war with China

Markets (FlipBook)
Corn: Late spring can bring marketing opportunities
Soybeans: Foreign production, trade influence markets
Cattle: Meat production sets record
Wheat: Markets expected to respond to weather

Recipes (FlipBook)
Grill to thrill

Marketplace (FlipBook)
BUY, sell, trade

 
Viewpoint
Democratic control and new leaders
by Ernie Verslues

 

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