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In this October 2023 Today's Farmer

FEATURES
Limitlessness (Cover Story)
Kansas rancher Rex Buchman enjoys the cowboy life while making his mark on the cattle and equine industries 

by Jessica Ekern

Drones reach new heights in agriculture
Farmers are embracing unmanned aerial technology for input delivery and more

by Allison Jenkins

Q&A with MFA
Learn more about your cooperative leaders

by Dwayne schad

Adjuvant selection guide
What is an Adjuvant (video)

From SAE to CEO
Ambitious FFA member has big business plans for the future

by Allison Jenkins

MFA Charitable Foundation & FFA SAE's
by Allison Jenkins

Lights cast a shadow over conservation
Studies show night glow contributes to decline of nocturnal birds and pollinators

by Emily Beck

Cash crop or cover crop?
New rotational option may offer growers the benefits of both

by Allison Jenkins

TECHNICAL, OPINION & BLOG
Hindsight gives us better vision for future crops
Lessons learned from 2023 can improve management strategies for 2024

by Kevin Moore

Eat, drink and be healthy
Study shows preconditioning calves improves feedlot behavior

by Dr. Jim White

Country Corner
Remembering the Great Flood of 1993

by Allison Jenkins

Viewpoint
We’re still a team built for farmers

by Ernie Verslues

UpFront
WOTUS revision still murky, ag groups say
Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture turns 50 years old
Missouri agriculture raises more than 1.2 million meals in 2023 Drive to Feed Kids

Markets
Crops: Acreage increase, weak demand offset corn yield impact
Cattle: High cattle prices will eventually drive herd growth

Recipes
Pop culture

BUY, sell, trade
Marketplace

Closing Thought
Photography & poem.

Video version coming soon.

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