Receiving Livestock

Receiving Livestock

 

what happens when the gut is challenged

It is no secret that producers are more concerned about gut health more than ever before. Operations have implemented better management practices and have even stepped up nutritional protocols to offset the negative impacts of stress. But why are we so concerned about maintaining gut health? The gut is where all nutrients are absorbed. Without proper nutrient absorption, your livestock won’t stay healthy and live up to performance expectations.

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Vita Charge® Cattle Drench
Size: 5 Liter


Vita Charge® Clench Gel
Size: 30ML tube


Vita Charge® Climate Control Gel
Size: 80ML


Vita Charge® Gel
Size: 80ML


Vita Charge® Gel
Size: 300ML


Vita Charge® Gel Cap
Size: 21GM/50CT


Vita Charge® Liquid Boost®
Size: 2.5 gallon jug


Vita Charge® Liquid Boost®
Size: 32 oz Bottle


Vita Charge® Neonatal
Size: 1 Gallon Jug


Vita Charge® Stress Tub HEAT®
Size: 50 lb. tub


Vita Charge® Stress Tub MOS
Size: 50 lb. tub

 

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The First Step to Healthy Prep

We want to highlight our customers who go the extra mile for their livestock by investing in Vita Charge products. Tag @surechamp when posting photos of your animals using Vita Charge products for a chance to be featured on our social pages and our website too!

 

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Edwards Family Clay Kincaid

When feeding my pigs it is a must to always use Vita Charge Liquid Boost. It increases and maintains appetite and consumption from the day you bring pigs into the barn until the day of the show. It is by far the best consumption supplement I have been introduced to and I will continue to use it for years to come!”




Helpful Resources

Show Pigs

Ag Teacher Gives Advice on Commingling Show Prospects
For some people, getting new livestock show prospects is similar to seeing what is under the tree on Christmas morning. Families, students, advisors and teachers can and do spend countless hours studying young animals before deciding which ones to bring
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Receiving Show Pigs: Getting Off to the Right Start
Getting your show pig off to a good start is one of the most important aspects for feeders to consider. The “receiving” phase is one of the most stressful times in a show pig’s life, so steps need to be
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How to Get Pigs Started on Feed
Getting your show pig off to a good start is one of the most important aspects for feeders to consider. We call this phase of the project the “receiving” phase. This is one of the most stressful times in a
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Show Cattle

Which Vita Charge® Product Should I Use?
With so many different options in the Vita Charge® product line, a commonly asked question is “What’s the difference between each product and which one should I be using?” While all the products in the line strive to “protect and recover”
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Six Tips to Getting your Show Calf Project Started
You’ve searched high and low for your ideal show calf project, and finally found “the one.” Now, you’re ready to bring your calf to your barn and get it on feed. But, you aren’t really sure where to begin. Jessie
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How to Develop a Feed Mix with Ration Builder
Cattle producers have a plethora of choices when it comes to buying feeds for their show and sale cattle or even finding the right creep feed for growing their calves. Many like to utilize their home-raised or locally-sourced commodities and
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General

Sheep Nutrition 101
Q&A with Nick Warntjes, Associated Feed and Supply What makes up a ‘balanced’ feed ration? A balanced feed ration supplies the proper amounts and proportions of nutrients needed for a specific purpose or stage of an animal’s life. While a
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Overcoming the Commingling Conundrums
If you are a parent, you understand about the ‘back to school sniffles’ and even though most kids return to school in the heat of summer, they are likely to show up with some type of cold or congestion within
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