The Maize Growers Association

 

Welcome to the Maize Growers Association (MGA) web site

 

The MGA is independently run "by growers for growers".  The farmer led council commissions research on maize and wholecrop agronomy, utilisation and environmental issues.  The results of this work alongside knowledge picked up elsewhere are quickly transferred to members via regular mailings, demonstration sites, conferences and study tours.  MGA members also have "free" telephone access to agronomists and other advisors.

Our mission statement identifies the associations aim is:

"To be the foremost provider of information in the field of maize and wholecrop production and utilisation with the ultimate objective of increasing the profits of farmer members of the MGA" 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Our Member Benefits

  • MGA Members are given full, unrestricted access to the Resources section on the MGA website
  • On joining the MGA each new member receives a 'starter pack' which includes the MGA's Comprehensive Guide to Growing Maize together with technical articles from the past three months to bring them up to date with seasonal information and advice. This starter pack is followed by the regular mailings, which are sent to members approximately once a month.
  • New members are also given the contact numbers of our agronomists and nutrition consultant, as well as a local MGA contact who is generally an experienced farmer who acts as the first point of contact for members with general queries. 

Farmers growing maize and/or wholecrop may obtain this valuable information by joining the MGA for an annual subscription of £115.00 + VAT

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