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In this March 2023 Today's Farmer magazine

FEATURES

More than a show - cover story
Todd family learns life lessons in and out of the ring

by Jessica Ekern

Laying the groundwork
Successful forage production takes planning, management and patience with Mother Nature

by Jessica Ekern

Five ways to drought proof your forage.
Adapted from a 2023 MFA Winter Agronomy Meeting by David Moore, MFA range and pasture specialist,

by David Moore

Q&A with MFA
Learn more about your cooperative leaders
Interview with Frank Schieber


Fields of study
MFA’s agronomy research persists through challenging growing season

by Garrett Imhoff

Conservation conversations
Communication is key when it comes to implementing soil health, fertility management practices on rented acres

by Allison Jenkins

Planter prep is first step to crop success
Proper equipment maintenance helps ensure seeds get the best start

by Kevin Moore

Base grazing decisions on these five principles
Proper pasture management helps protect forage productivity, yield

by Dr. Jim White

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Country Corner
Technology is transforming ag. Are you ready?

by Allison Jenkins

UpFront / Blog
Discard old pesticides at free collection events
Ag Day turns 50
MFA Foundation gift supports rural mental health resources

Markets (as printed via flipbook)
Corn: Drought concerns continue to affect markets
Soybeans: Lower Argentina yields may boost U.S. demand
Cattle: Smallest cattle herd since 2015
Wheat: Crop conditions questionable in Great Plains

Recipes
Carb optional

BUY, sell, trade
Marketplace


Viewpoint

Spring forward with optimism

by Ernie Verslues

Closing Thought
Poem by Walter Bargen
Photo by Cassidy Pellham, Ozark MFA Agri Services store manager
/photographer

FLIPBOOK
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