The Importance of Reading a Feed Tag

Walk into any feed room in any barn, and what do you see? Rows of neatly stacked bags that look very similar. It doesn’t matter what species you are feeding; the differential is in the brand. One brand might be purple and black, another green and white and another tan and orange; but bag after bag will […]

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How to Hold Over Animals the Low-Stress Way

Summer shows may be coming to a slow down, but in another 60 to 90 days fall shows will be ramping up. Just 45 to 60 more days winter majors start. Have you thought about holding over one of your animals that wasn’t quite dialed in this summer for one of those fall or winter shows? […]

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Which Vita Charge® Product Should I Use?

When it comes to Vita Charge, we LOVE that we offer a product line the presents so much versatility in its form of application, making application easy depending on what you feel is best for you animal.  However, when there are that many options, knowing what is right for you might become complicated. One commonly […]

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When to Feed Spark® vs Extreme

You’ve spent hours upon hours in the barn working on your show livestock projects. You’ve got skin conditioned, hair worked, the animals trained to walk, drive or lead and you’re ready to show them. There’s just one problem. They haven’t found their way to the feed pan, and they just aren’t performing like they should. […]

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Vita Charge® Clench Launched to Assist with Scours

Our livestock can’t always tell us how they are feeling, until it’s too late. And oftentimes they “show” us they are not feeling their best through diarrhea and scours. When these symptoms occur, you want to make sure your livestock get properly treated to feel their best, so they continue eating, drinking, looking and performing […]

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Turn up the HEAT on Your Fall Sales

Fall is the season where the year’s hard work finally pays dividends for those in agriculture, and you want to do all you can to make sure you capture as much profit as possible. Whether you’re getting equipment ready to combine corn or getting show calves prepared for those fall sales, you are putting in […]

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