Aug/Sept 2019 Today's Farmer

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Out of the depths Cover Story
Flood recovery begins in MFA territory, even as many areas remain under water
by Allison Jenkins

Are your steers up to the challenge?
Find out with the MCA profitability contest
by Mike John

Cattleman in command
Third-generation farmer Mike Parson reflects on his first year
as Missouri’s governor
by Allison Jenkins

Pond puzzled?
Ways to manage everything from algae and fish to cattle
by Kerri Lotven

Completely on track
Combining MFA’s precision program and scouting services gives growers comprehensive field management solutions
by Kerri Lotven

Grazing cornstalks can be a low-cost feed option
Turn in cattle to harvested fields and put the residue to good use
by Dr. Jim White

Funds may be available to restore flooded farmland

2019 MFA Foundation Scholarships (flipbook version)

Country Corner
Flood of 2019 makes its mark on history
by Allison Jenkins

Agriculture Park dedicated in Columbia
MFA interns explore career opportunities
USDA relocating two agencies to Kansas City

Markets (Flip book)
Corn: Expect prices to remain volatile until fall
Wheat: Yields likely to be below long-term trend
Cattle: Steady cattle prices ahead
Soybeans: Weather concerns could boost short-term prices

Recipes (Flip book)
Hand to mouth

BUY, sell, trade

Looking back to look forward
by Ernie Verslues

 CLICK HERE to view the magazine as printed via an online flip book.