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At Form-A-Feed, our mission is to feed the world through professionalism, quality products and innovative solutions. Our team of nutrition specialists work together with you to customize a nutritional plan that is tailored specifically for your livestock operation. In addition to our individualized custom feed services, our Timed Event Nutrition (T.E.N.) products provide a unique solution for times of stress such as birthing, extreme temperatures or illness.

Founded over 40 years ago on the values of family, integrity, innovation, quality, professionalism and relationships, Form-A-Feed continues to grow to meet the ever changing needs of the livestock industry. While we have grown, our commitment to delivering the best solutions possible to the farms we serve is stronger than ever.

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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
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
Pierz Co-op adds Hydro-Lac into my lactation ration for the summer. We had great success with our herd adjusting to heat stress. The herd stays on feed, maintains production and we have less reproductive issues coming into the fall months after a hot summer.
– Joel & Nicole Gross
Cattle do well on Hydro-Flexx. The added weight is visible on the animals.
– Al Roe
We appreciate the product flexibility and convenience offered with Form-A-Lic tubs. Knowing our cow herd receives a nutrient dense product with consistent intakes makes these tubs a great management tool.
– Polzin Embryo Center

Recent Blogs

Making the Most of Your Hay
With early season drought conditions spreading from the eastern half of Montana, across the Dakotas, and into northwest Minnesota, finding high quality pasture and range land has been a challenge. With limited grazing resources, many cattle producers have been forced to turn to hay or other harvested forage much earlier in the season than usual. With hay prices expected to climb due to the increased demand, it is more important than ever to get the most out of hay through minimizing harvest, storage, and feeding losses.
Setting Your Fresh Cows Up for Success with Hydro-Lac®
Returning fresh cows to positive energy balance as fast as you can after calving is the end goal of any transition program. We do this by feeding a well-balanced, consistent particle length pre-fresh ration to maximize dry matter intake. At the same time, we provide a clean, comfortable, well-ventilated facility and try not to overcrowd this group. They calve and we repeat these same principles in the fresh pen.
14 Ways to Increase Profits on Today's Dairy Farm Without rBST
Today, in most businesses across the world, we have tighter profit margins and that includes America’s dairy farm. This is due to increased demand for lower prices by the public and the ever-increasing exit of the dairy farmer out of the industry. Fewer and fewer folks are milking more cows, bigger feedlots and larger swine operations, and running more land to make more food than ever before for the world.
The Cool Side of Managing Heat, Diet and Transport Stress at Breeding Season
The primary area of heat stress impacts on the beef industry has been focused largely on feedlot performance. However, during the course of our field research on Hydro-Lac® for mitigating the effects of heat stress, some astute producers have tied some common sense-logic together with some of the most relevant and latest reproductive science to improve embryo transfer (ET) and artificial insemination (AI) results on their operations.