Manage Temperature Stress in any Season with Vita Charge® Climate Control

The seasons are changing, and summer’s heat is going away. But that doesn’t mean that heat stress or temperature stress isn’t an issue with show livestock. Manage your show animal’s temperature and keep them feeling and looking their best no matter the season. One simple way to manage heat stress is with Vita Charge® Climate […]

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Give your Show Livestock an Added Boost

Showing livestock is thrilling yet challenging. It’s a game of high rewards and even higher risks. Exhibitors and their families put in countless hours feeding, exercising, rinsing, working hair and skin, often sacrificing their own meal times and routines to ensure their livestock are dialed in for the next show or event. One thing livestock […]

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Five Tips to Beat the Heat this Summer

The days are getting longer, and the sun is finally showing up, meaning temperatures are slowly rising. Youth are counting down the days until school’s out, and that can only mean one thing – summer show season will soon be here!   Summer shows give the exhibitor the opportunity to showcase all their efforts, but that […]

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Take your Show Livestock to the Extreme

Spring has arrived, and though it might not feel like it in some regions, soon the temperatures will be heating up. Flies are one of the nuisances that accompany the heat, and together they can cause unwanted stress on your livestock projects. BioZyme® Inc., has created Sure Champ® Extreme with ClariFly® to help you beat the heat and […]

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Winter Management: Controlling Stress in Varying Temperatures

As we move into winter, it is hard to know what the temperatures are going to be like. You might be bundled up tight for morning chores, but by noon are ready to start shedding layers as the sun warms us up. Imagine being a haired up show animal during this same time frame, except they can’t […]

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How to Make a Smooth Transition

Bringing home new show animals and getting them settled in the barn is exciting for young exhibitors and their families. However, those feelings are not always shared with the livestock, as the animals more than likely are feeling stressed and anxious. They are in an unfamiliar environment with new people and other new animals. Livestock […]

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