In this June-July Magazine

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FEATURES

View from the top
- Cover Story
Groves family dairy reaches new heights in production, forages and genetics
by Allison Jenkins

Partners in conservation
MFA takes part in federally funded projects to address economic, environmental concerns on the farm
by Allison Jenkins

Berry blues
Spring freeze is reminder of nature’s unpredictability and a farmer’s resiliency
by Allison Jenkins

Tiny things, big potential
Research brings microbial-level nitrogen products to the field
by Steve Fairchild

DEPARTMENTS

Waging war against pesky pigweed
Palmer amaranth, waterhemp continue to be challenging issues for growers
by Doug Spaunhorst

Cow-calf producers can reap creep feed benefits
This preconditioning practice helps with weaning, gains and feedlot preparation
By Dr. Jim White

Country Corner
Let’s stop blaming cows for climate change
by Allison Jenkins

UpFront/Blog
An experience like no other
Research works to tame toxic fungus in wheat
Show-Me 200 Years

Markets- as printed via a flip book
Corn: China remains major influence on markets
Soybeans: Plantings may be larger than estimated
Cattle: Higher cattle prices this year and next
Wheat: Livestock producers favor wheat to cut costs

Recipes - as printed via a flip book
Blackberry bliss

BUY, sell, trade - as printed via a flip book
Marketplace

Viewpoint
Sustainability takes profitability
by Ernie Verslues

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