Aug Sept 2018 Today's Farmer

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Partners with purpose (Cover Story)
PHARM Dog USA assists farmers who have disabilities
by Kerri Lotven

An emerging threat
Lab tests confirm extended-diapause adaptation in corn rootworms sampled from Missouri fields
by Allison Jenkins 

Protecting peace of mind
Livestock insurance helps provide safety net for producers
by Madison Byrd

Are your forages worry-free?
Tips for avoiding prussic acid and nitrate poisoning
by Marc Epp

Gaining ground
Planting cover crops could extend your grazing season
by Kerri Lotven
2018 MFA Foundation (click to see the winners as printed)

Strategies to deal with forage shortage
Reduce requirements, improve utilization to stretch hay and pasture supplies
by Dr. Jim White

Friends in the field
Relationships matter to employees, customers of Marion County MFA
by Allison Jenkins

Country Corner
Tit-for-tat tariffs mean trouble for farmers
by Allison Jenkins

Prime swine
Interns experience real world of production agriculture
Hemp now exempt in Missouri

Markets (Click to see Markets as printed)
Corn: Demand prospects
look favorable
Soybeans: Markets react to uncertainty in trade
Cattle: Prices hit their
summer slump
Wheat: Total U.S. wheat crop larger than last year

Pick-up games

BUY, sell, trade

Involvement is our best investment
by Ernie Verslues


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