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Testimonials

Hydro-Flexx makes a big difference. I’ve noticed dramatic changes with our live weight. We’re getting about 0.5% higher dressing percentage. Cull cows also dress higher when fed Hydro-Flexx. Heifers used to ship 1350-1425 lbs., but with Hydro-Flexx ship at 1425-1500 lbs.
– Kohls Land and Cattle
Sci-Mic BC Boluses work great for cows that are off-feed. They help get them get-going no matter what the problem is.
– Flower-Brook Registered Holsteins
I gave Calf Renew Boluses to newborn, scouring calves. The ones I gave the bolus to stopped scouring and were healthier after the treatment.
– Al & Sue Abrahamson
Intakes are improved after calving from what we were doing in our previous program. Fresh pen milk is up and Hydro-Lac is the only thing we are doing that is different.
– John Warren
Capture retained and brought higher yields to our finishing hogs and keeps our sows lactating during the heat.
– Glacial Lakes Ag Management

Recent Blogs

Beef Industry Lessons from 2016
2016 taught us many lessons in the beef industry. You must be innovative, willing to take recommendations, act quickly, have a deep pocket and have a shoulder to cry upon every now and again.
Records Tracking: Do You Really Know Your Operation?
Today, many producers love the opportunity to ‘talk shop’ with other producers about how their production is going. I have seen this firsthand from sharing early Saturday morning coffee with local farmers. Some of their banter is harmless fun, but do today’s producers really know how well their production is doing? What contributing factors of their production could be changed to aid growth and maximize performance in their facilities? Not only being raised on a farm but being part of the industry for a few years, I have seen firsthand how one simple change can make such a difference to improve performance and lower investments costs.
The Cost to Calving Springing Heifers After 24 Months
The best age to calve a first calf heifer is 24 months. Or is it? Every month I look at calving data from 1000’s of animals and I have come to find that it really depends. In every herd’s youngstock program, there is a point that growing a heifer one month longer yields them no benefit, and in most cases, it starts doing harm to fresh milk production.
Steps for Starting Newly Weaned Pigs Out Strong
Getting pigs off to a good start is often over looked in many areas, from cleaning of the barn or facility, to proper nutrition. Following a few simple steps will help ensure the correct start to the young pigs.
Two Areas You Shouldn't Cut Due to Low Market Prices
There has been a lot of discussion with producers recently on cutting costs due to the lower cattle market. However some cost-cutting efforts can do you more harm than good in the long run.