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As one of the most successful farm organizations n the United States the Missouri Farmers Association brought together farm clubs from all over the state to serve as the central body through which farmer owned businesses could compete with The Secret Life of Theater investor owned businesses In Cultivating Cooperation Raymond A Young follows the fascinating history of MFA fromts grass roots beginning n a schoolhouse n 1914 through the upheaval that led to only the second leadership change The Secret Message of Jesus in the organization's historyn 1979William Hirth was responsible for the early success of MFA At the age of fifteen Hirth became Thieme Test Prep for the USMLE® interestedn farming and started lecturing on the benefits of building a cooperative of farm clubs He continued to advocate this dea by publishing The Missouri Farme.

R a magazine that nformed subscribers on legislative Separated by Duty, United in Love issues and farm club news and later became MFA's house organ Hirth believed that the farm clubs should capitalize not only on the economic advantages of joining together as a cooperative but on the political and social advantages as wellUpon Hirth's deathn 1940 Fred Heinkel took over leadership of MFA Under his guidance the cooperative grew at a feverish rate Supply companies such as oil refineries feed mills and seed plants were acuired or built whenever First Strike it proved advantageous to the farmers A sister cooperative was created to expandnto neighboring states and a national alliance was created to establish a stronger representation Accelerating Possession in Washington DC MFA was alsonstrumental n securing a fourþyear medica.

L school n The Hideaway its hometown of Columbian order to ensure medical care for farmers and their families I Want a Dog in rural areas In addition MFA has played a rolen helping Third World countries develop cooperatives of their ownWith New Bad Girl in Town intimate knowledge of the organization Raymond Youngnvolves the reader The Things We Knew in thentricacies of the formation and development of the Missouri Farmers Association enlivening his account with liberal use of anecdotes from the pages of The Missouri Farmer An Call to Action introduction by Michael L Cook places the story of MFA within the context of the history of the cooperative movement nationwide Students and scholars of Missouri history as well as farmers and thosenterested Men of Sunday in agriculture will find this comprehensive examination of MFA annvaluable resource.

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