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In this Feb 2023 Today's Farmer Magazine


Show-Me soil sense
Missouri agriculture’s diversity begins at ground level

by Jessica Ekern

Like-minded leaders
Second annual MFA conference provides education, networking for young farmers

by Allison Jenkins

Taking hold of the future
MFA reports on fiscal 2022, shares plans for 2023 and beyond

by Allison Jenkins

The year in review
Opportunities and challenges of 2022

by TF staff

2022 InReview
by TF staff
(Alternate view as Printed)

NOTICE of District Meetings
The week of March 5, 2023.

Off to a great start
Shield Plus makes a difference in calf health, performance at Turley Cattle Co.

by Jessica Ekern

Career connections
MFA’s Ag Life conference highlights job opportunities in the industry

by Allison Jenkins

The belly-to-belly way
Crop insurance planning works best when there’s real human connection

by Blake Thomas

Built to last
Producers can count on Iowa Steel & Wire for dependable, durable fencing

by Allison Jenkins

Manage small for big returns
Precision applications help protect your fertility investment

by Davin Harms

Four key components of effective fly control

Cultural, physical, biological, chemical measures important to pest management

by Dr. Jim White


Country Corner
Clock is ticking on 2023 Farm Bill

by Allison Jenkins

MFA’s Twenter among finalists for AGCO Operator of the Year
McIntyre, Worthington named ARA Rising Stars
Conservation tradition

Markets (as printed)

Corn: South American drought tightens supplies
Soybeans: Exports to China continue to trend upward
Cattle: Producers may see record fed cattle prices in 2023
Wheat: Markets remain sensitive to winter weather

Recipes (as printed)

Kick it up a notch

Marketplace (as printed)
BUY, sell, trade

A chance to look forward

by Ernie Verslues

Closing Thought
Poem by Walter Bargen

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