In This Dec/JanToday's Farmer Magazine

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Farming without him (Cover story)
Widows find ways to carry on their family operations
Words by Nancy Jorgensen, Pictures by Allison Jenkins & Kerri Reynolds

Kansas City gains federal ag research employees
Secretary of Ag Perdue officially welcomes USDA offices to Missouri
by Steve Fairchild

Farming in hog country
Producers, landowners and conservationists team up to fight feral swine
by  Allison Jenkins

‘World of opportunity’
MFA’s inaugural Ag Life symposium shows students career options
By Allison Jenkins

Stewards of the land
MFA custom applicators exhibit excellence in providing quality,
timely service
by Dr. Jason Weirich

Calves need good shelter, nutrition this winter
Proper cold-weather care limits sickness, encourages growth
by Dr. Jim White

Country Corner
Spread the spirit of meaningful giving
By Allison Jenkins

UpFront
Convention commendations
New ‘PED Talks’ series digs into soil health
First bee-applied pesticide approved in U.S.

Markets
Corn: Late planting, delayed harvest increase market uncertainty
Soybeans: South American weather likely to influence prices
Cattle: Cattle markets look promising in 2020
Wheat: Large world stocks expected to limit price strength

Recipes
Cran slam

BUY, sell, trade
Marketplace

Viewpoint
The cycle can be unkind
by Ernie Verslues


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