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In this February 2024 Issue

Features

Game changer (cover story)
David Heggemeier broke from his family’s farming tradition to raise upland birds

By Jessica Ekern

Learn, laugh, lead
Emerging Leaders Conference brings together young producers to build knowledge and connections

By Allison Jenkins

Strategic moves for uncertain times
MFA navigates headwinds to achieve profitability in 2023

By Allison Jenkins

2023 year in review
Taking a look at MFA’s opportunities and challenges


Understanding units
Learning more about your options can help guide crop insurance decisions

by Taylor Gilmore and Blake Thomas

Handle with care
MFA brings stockmanship expert Ron Gill to Western
Farm Show for low-stress cattle-working demonstrations

By Allison Jenkins

Faces of farming
Carley Esser McLean profile

By Allison Jenkins

NOTICE of District Meetings of MFA Incorporated
District Meetings of MFA Incorporated will be held within the districts from March 4 through March 8, 2024
Click to see the official notice or read the Feb. 2024 issue of Today's Farmer here.

Editorial and opinion

Country Corner
New Look for an old friend

by Allison Jenkins

UpFront/Blog
American Royal leaves Missouri
Governor Parson's order restricts foreign purchase of farmland near Missouri military sites
Partnership in stewardship

Crops
Does early equal better?

by Scott Wilburn

Livestock
Help calves overcome cold stress

by Dr. Jim White

Markets
Expected crop returns may mean acreage shift
Cattle Prices expected to continue rising


Recipes
Home sweet tooth

Viewpoint
Trust in technology, not the groundhog

By Ernie Verslues

Closing Thought
Photo by Lori Weier
Poem by Walter Bargen

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