In this Dec/Jan TF

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***FEATURES***

Never stop learning
CCA program enters 30th year of providing voluntary certification, continuing education for agronomy professionals
BY ALLISON JENKINS

Facilities for the future
MFA makes capital investments in new agronomy centers to improve service, efficiency
BY ALLISON JENKINS

Bawling to bought
Anstine family helps high-stress calves earn high price at auction
BY ANDREW B CHURCH

Spotlight on stewardship
Oetting family named Missouri’s fifth Leopold award winner
BY ALLISON JENKINS

Missouri chapters top the charts at National FFA Convention
BY ALLISON JENKINS

Elk, bears on the move in Missouri
Restoration efforts have allowed limited hunting season for both species
BY LANDRY JONES

Colostrum intake has lifelong impact on calves
Newborns need adequate, high-quality amounts of mother’s first milk
BY DR. JIM WHITE

Crop protection plans can’t be an afterthought
BY KEVIN MOORE

***DEPARTMENTS ***

Country Corner
Season of giving is never-ending
BY ALLISON JENKINS

UpFront
Livestock exhibitors can earn MFA premiums for show-ring success
Best in grass
Biodiversity pilot project allows farmers to cash in on conservation

Markets
Corn: Strong export sales expected through winter, spring
Soybeans: High fertilizer prices may mean more beans
Cattle: Record retail beef prices push cattle values
Wheat: Supplies continue to be tight

Recipes (view as flip book)
Kitchen keepers

BUY, sell, trade (view as flip book)
Marketplace

Viewpoint
Moving Forward Through Volatility
By ERNIE VERSLUES 
MFA Incorporated President and CEO

Closing Thought
 - (View as flip book)
Our monthly final page photo & poem combination
Photo BY ANDREW B CHURCH
Poem by BY WALTER BARGE

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