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MFA Agri Services  2200 Clinton Rd Sedalia, MO 65301
Sedalia 660-826-7097 Cole Camp 660-668-3222 Windsor 660-647-3123

 
 
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WHEAT PROGRAM 2016
Wheat must be sold by August 1, 2016
NO Wheat will be Accepted after August 1, 2016
.05 Storage fee
Wheat is subject to rejection with a Vomitoxin level above 4.0 

 
Please contact us for all your Feed, Fertilizer, Seed needs.
We appreciate your business!
 
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Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday 8:00am to 12:00pm
 
 
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Sep 16 335'0 338'2 332'6 335'6 0'6 335'0 08:43A Chart for @C6U
Dec 16 341'4 345'0 339'2 342'2 0'4 341'6 08:43A Chart for @C6Z
Mar 17 351'4 354'4 349'0 351'6 0'2 351'4 08:43A Chart for @C7H
May 17 356'4 359'6 355'0 357'6 0'6 357'0 08:43A Chart for @C7K
Jul 17 362'4 365'2 360'0 362'6 0'2 362'4 08:43A Chart for @C7N
Sep 17 367'0 368'4 364'2 366'2 -0'6 367'0 08:43A Chart for @C7U
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Aug 16 998'2 1010'4 996'6 1000'2 -6'2 1006'4 08:43A Chart for @S6Q
Sep 16 990'6 1002'4 989'0 992'2 -6'4 998'6 08:43A Chart for @S6U
Nov 16 979'2 991'6 978'0 980'4 -7'6 988'2 08:43A Chart for @S6X
Jan 17 980'6 993'0 978'6 981'4 -7'6 989'2 08:43A Chart for @S7F
Mar 17 976'2 984'4 967'4 968'0 -14'2 982'2 08:43A Chart for @S7H
May 17 972'0 980'4 964'6 965'2 -13'0 978'2 08:43A Chart for @S7K
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Sep 16 425'6 435'2 425'4 431'6 6'4 425'2 08:43A Chart for @W6U
Dec 16 450'6 459'4 450'6 456'2 6'0 450'2 08:43A Chart for @W6Z
Mar 17 475'0 483'0 475'0 480'6 5'4 475'2 08:43A Chart for @W7H
May 17 488'0 493'4 487'4 490'6 3'4 487'2 08:43A Chart for @W7K
Jul 17 496'2 500'2 495'0 495'0 0'2 494'6 08:43A Chart for @W7N
Sep 17 506'4 512'6 506'4 511'6 5'2 506'4 08:43A Chart for @W7U
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Sep 16 419'0 427'0 419'0 424'6 5'6 419'0 08:43A Chart for @KW6U
Dec 16 446'0 453'0 445'4 450'4 5'4 445'0 08:43A Chart for @KW6Z
Mar 17 463'0 469'2 462'6 467'4 5'4 462'0 08:43A Chart for @KW7H
May 17 475'0 477'0 475'0 477'0 4'0 473'0 08:43A Chart for @KW7K
Jul 17 482'6 490'0 482'6 488'0 5'2 482'6 08:43A Chart for @KW7N
Sep 17 500'0 500'0 500'0 500'0 1'6 498'2 08:43A Chart for @KW7U
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Aug 16 138.850 140.200 138.575 139.900 2.700 137.200 08:43A Chart for @GF6Q
Sep 16 137.500 138.675 137.075 138.375 2.550 135.825 08:43A Chart for @GF6U
Oct 16 135.700 137.600 135.700 137.275 2.475 134.800 08:43A Chart for @GF6V
Nov 16 133.725 135.050 133.425 134.875 2.400 132.475 08:43A Chart for @GF6X
Jan 17 131.225 132.500 131.225 132.500 2.500 130.000 08:43A Chart for @GF7F
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Aug 16 110.950 111.850 110.950 111.525 1.575 109.950 08:43A Chart for @LE6Q
Oct 16 109.150 109.875 109.100 109.775 1.700 108.075 08:43A Chart for @LE6V
Dec 16 110.200 110.750 110.100 110.675 1.475 109.200 08:43A Chart for @LE6Z
Feb 17 110.200 110.750 110.150 110.700 1.375 109.325 08:43A Chart for @LE7G
Apr 17 109.275 109.750 109.250 109.675 1.150 108.525 08:43A Chart for @LE7J
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Aug 16 75.900 75.925 74.975 75.675 0.400 75.275 08:43A Chart for @HE6Q
Oct 16 64.650 64.700 63.600 64.400 0.500 63.900 08:43A Chart for @HE6V
Dec 16 58.850 59.275 58.225 59.075 0.600 58.475 08:43A Chart for @HE6Z
Feb 17 63.300 63.750 62.750 63.500 0.525 62.975 08:43A Chart for @HE7G
Apr 17 67.650 67.975 67.650 67.775 0.400 67.375 08:42A Chart for @HE7J
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Anticipating Fly Season
Dr. Tony Martin
Staff Veterinarian
Spring is around the corner.  Along with the pleasantries of warmer temperatures, green grass, flowers, and the start of a new planting season it also brings the start of another fly season.  Now is a good time to be laying out your plans for minimizing the population of flies and their adverse effects on you and your livestock.
 
Think about a broad, multifaceted approach to fly control.
 
The first consideration should be for environmental things you can manage to minimize the safe harbor and breeding grounds of insect pests. 
 
Open manure piles or disposal areas should be addressed.  If manure and/or organic waste is aggregated in your operation, it should be properly composted or quickly spread and incorporated into crop ground.
 
Establishing proper drainage for water is a must to minimize the existence of shallow pools and mud holes that can attract and foster breeding insects.  Additionally, cleaning up any feed spills that provide easy nutrient access to insects (and rodents) is a big help.
 
Preventing the existence of tall weeds and grass around buildings and fences removes a safe harbor for certain fly pests to rest between their otherwise irritating activities.  Regular mowing/weed eating, use of appropriate herbicide sprays, or establishing a clean, two to three foot rock perimeter around buildings is a great help against insects (and rodents).
 
Beyond these management efforts there are many chemical control tools to consider:
The use of feed-through insect control products has become invaluable in many situations, especially those where animals are concentrated together.  They are available in mineral and lick tub applications as well as for incorporation into feeds and supplements.
 
Use of baits and residual spray products around facilities will address those flies that keep looking to hide and rest but no longer have the weeds and tall grass that you’ve already removed!!
 
Chemical control on livestock themselves can be exerted through sprays, pour ons, dusts, fly tags, and back rubbers, all of which can be used in addition to the feed through products mentioned earlier.
 
I encourage each of you to work with your local MFA to line out what fly control tools that you can put to work for you this year.  In particular I want to emphasize starting your program early and staying with it through the entire fly season.  [BUT, one caveat to that “start early” statement is a caution NOT to put fly tags in too early.  Remember, most fly tags have a claim for 3-5 month control.  Waiting until May or June to put them in will carry their protection into the early fall when flies are not only still around, but may be even more prevalent than they are early in the spring.]
 
Again, take some time now to lay out a fly control plan and work with your MFA dealer location to line out what products you’ll need.

 

 

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