Meet the Interns: John Reasor & Victoria Osburn

Hello Everyone! Quick introduction to get the summer going as I couldn’t be more excited to be joining BioZyme Inc. this summer as Sales Intern! I’m John Reasor from the upper west corner of Georgia in small town called Wildwood. Growing up my father ran some commercial Angus cows that later got utilized as recipients […]

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Details Make the Difference

It’s the little things in life that matter. And those small details make all the difference to one West Coast cattle exhibitor. Julia Dayton, Healdsburg, California, started showing steers as a county fair project nearly a decade ago, but with hard work and attention to detail she has stepped up her game. Her top honors […]

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Packing for Your Next Haul

Packing a trailer before a show is like completing a jigsaw puzzle. Show families want to place things in just the right order, protecting smaller items from being smashed and keeping important things easily accessible. After several shows and especially years of showing livestock, most families have their methods mastered Ron and Tina Mayer are […]

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Reducing Heat Stress in Show Cattle

Temperatures are beginning to rise and that means cattle can start to feel the effects of heat stress. It actually really doesn’t have to be that hot out before heat stress can occur. At temperatures as low as 70 degrees heat stress can set in. VitaFerm® HEAT is a mineral product that BioZyme® launched in […]

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Showbox Secrets for Success :: Sims Family Cattle Company

Jake and Evan Sims might be just a little superstitious about some of the items in their showbox…and with good reason. These brothers from Edmond, Oklahoma, successfully show Polled and Horned Hereford heifers across the country. The Sims boys have taken home many ribbons, banners and titles. They also take home some essential products, family-pride […]

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Decreasing Disease :: Fungus Prevention for Sheep and Goats

If you’re showing sheep or goats, you’ve got to protect them from disease and fungus. Maryland native, and a junior on Oklahoma State University’s judging team, Cooper Bounds, says that when an exhibitor goes to a show they are picking up disease and fungus from each of the animals that were in the pen before […]

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