Breaking Barriers at BioZyme

When Jessie assigned me to write up a piece encompassing everything I did this summer; I honestly couldn’t even believe we were already at the end of the summer. Eight weeks, six cities, late nights, early mornings and washing many loads of laundry from our hotels. Somehow this summer has flown by but looking back, I can say with full confidence I’ve been able to work alongside some pretty incredible people […]

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Mark That Card – Angus Bred Heifers

Thank you, Oklahoma State Livestock Judging Team, for the officials and reasons. Placing: 1-3-2-4Cuts: 4-3-5 1324 is how I like the Angus bred heifers. Not only is 1 neat and feminine upfront but she expands into the kind of boldness and natural dimension that I’m after in Angus cattle.  Females that match her kind of […]

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4 Steps to Getting Market Animals Ready for Their Final Shows

You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. This rings true if you are in a job interview, on a first date or leading or driving your favorite animal into the ring. Sure, you and your family have had the opportunity to spend hours, even days studying structure, muscle, condition, hair and […]

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5 Questions with Amy and Darla on How to #PreptoWin

At BioZyme®, we are excited to help livestock exhibitors #PreptoWin in the show ring with Sure Champ® and Vita Charge® supplements. However, we know that it’s even more important to #PreptoWin in life, and the experiences both in and out of the ring lead to that preparation. As we head into junior national season, we got a chance to […]

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Mark That Card – Ewe Lambs

Placing: 3-4-1-2Cuts: 4-2-3 I like the ewe lambs 3412. There’s an awfully good one to win in 3, and I think it all starts with her skeletal build. She’s so stout structured and correct on her feet and legs, her spine is perfectly level, and she puts together all of the fundamentals of a good […]

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How to Practice Biosecurity when Showing Pigs

Biosecurity. If you are in the swine industry, this word should resonate with you. And, specifically with showing pigs, biosecurity becomes an even more sensitive topic as summer shows are heating up and young exhibitors are traveling across the country to national shows and jackpots in their own states and surrounding states.  With animal disease […]

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