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NAFA's mission is to ensure the ability of all segments
of the alfalfa and forage industry to compete effectively and
profitably, domestically and abroad.

The objective of NAFA is to be a forum for consensus building
among the various stakeholders and to be an effective advocate
on behalf of the alfalfa and forage industry.

Calling all Researchers!
Alfalfa and Forage Research Program RFA Now Open!

Deadline - May 29
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International Alfalfa Congress
October 25-27, 2015
Bengbu, China
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NAFA board members Chad Staudinger, Drex Gauntt featured on Ag PhD Radio.
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Sen. Moran's Alfalfa Crop Ins. Amendment Passes Senate
Click here to view Sen. Moran's floor speech in support of alfalfa
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National Alfalfa & Forage Alliance Events
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