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In this March 2019 issue

The bug issue
Insights on insects that impact agriculture (Cover Story)
by Kerri Lotven

Conversion nearly complete for MFA’s MerchantAg software
Last company-owned stores go live, grain platform still under development
by Allison Jenkins

Trade, technology and trends
Governor’s Conference on Agriculture returns with MORE in store for attendees
by Allison Jenkins

Spring forage management
Make plans for timely fertilizer applications, weed-control programs
by Doug Fast

What is Shield Technology?
Learn what product is right for your herd
Downloadable CHART

GMO foes know less than they think
Study finds those with most extreme oppositional views have the least knowledge on the topic
by Eric Bohl

New Clean Water Rule gives farmers clear guidelines
by Allison Jenkins

Behind the beans
Missouri Crop Improvement Association has helped MFA test for the best since 1947
by Allison Jenkins

Make sure your N gets in
Stabilizers can guard your plant nutrients, protect your fertilizer investment
by Dr. Jason Weirich

Group newborn calves by age to lower disease risk
Ensuring quality ‘first meal’ of colostrum also helps maximize immunity
by Dr. Jim White

Country Corner
Food traditions connect families, communities
by Allison Jenkins, Editor of Today's Farmer Magazine

‘Year Ahead Report’ suggests slowing economic growth, growing ag debt
Spring starts drought-free
Marshall to lead Missouri Farmers Care

Corn: Corn exports up dramatically over last year
Soybeans: Trade negotiations continue to influence price
Cattle: Beef consumption holding steady
Wheat: Global exports, crop condition will direct spring markets

Tasty twists - Food Page

BUY, sell, trade (click for classifieds as printed)

Structuring MFA for the future
by Ernie Verslues

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