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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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Featured Products

Starting Line 20-20 w/Stealth 5® Milk Replacer
Starting Line 20-20 w/Stealth 5® milk replacer is formulated with all-milk proteins to provide a highly digestible milk for young calves. The 22% protein and 20% fat formula supplies the protein and energy needed for early growth in the young calf. This milk replacer supplies Stealth 5® to stimulate immune function and prevent pathogens from ...
Show Day First N Goal
Showday First N' Goal is a complete, high fiber, pelleted feed with several applications for show cattle from weaning to the show ring. Used to maintain show day 'ring fill' and hold intakes without giving up eye appeal or the benefits of fibrous feeds on show day, this product is great ...
C.U.E. Beef Dry and Water Soluble
C.U.E. is a direct-fed microbial designed to be fed to beef and feedlot cattle. This product contains 7 strains of live (viable) organisms, packaged in a heat-sealed, foil-lined bag that can be fed to all weight ranges of cattle to positively support animal health and performance. C.U.E. is available in dry-applied or water-soluble form.
Capture
Capture is specifically formulated to provide the essential nutrients, electrolytes and sugars necessary to for market hogs to maintain body fluid balance. Capture is designed to be fed to market hogs the last 3-4 weeks prior to marketing when hogs tend to be under significant stress due to pen space limitations, heat, sorting, and transportation.
Sile Tech Dry
Sile Tech Dry is a dry bacterial inoculant designed to aid fermentation when applied to all types of high moisture forages and grains. This product’s proprietary blend of lactic acid producing bacteria allow for faster initiation of as well as more complete fermentation. Improved fermentation will reduce the dry matter disappearance of ...
Stealth 5®
Stealth 5® provides a food source for good bacteria, selenium yeast, natural glucosamine, and mannans (MOS). This combination enhances rumen function, interferes with pathogens binding to host tissue, feeds beneficial bacteria in the lower intestinal tract and improves overall immune function and health. Product Code: 74281-172

Testimonials

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
Metabolic issues have ceased since we started using Hydro-Lac in the fresh group. Hydro-Lac works and it will always be in the ration.
– Stelling Land & 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
We feed Hydro-Lac to the milk cows in the summer to help the cows through the heat. It really helps keep the cows going and they rebound better after hot spells.
– Caughey family
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

Recent Blogs

Managing the risk of PEDv transmission through feed ingredients
The United States swine industry was brought to its knees in the fall and winter of 2013/2014 by porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV). PEDV quickly became a four letter word to many swine producers as an estimated 8 million piglets were lost during this time period.
2015 Professional Beef Conference proves successful!
The 2015 Professional Beef Conference welcomed a few new items to this year’s agenda helping make itone of the most successfully attended conferences to date. Arming our producers with
Increase milk production by maximizing feed availability
A couple of years ago, Rick Grant from Miner Institute, New York was at our Form-A-Feed Dairy Conference. One of his presentations was on maximizing dry matter intake. He talked about how the best feeding environments feature:
Swine Blog
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Dairy Blog
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Beef Blog
Subscribe to our Beef Blog to stay current with industry trends, learn seasonal management tips, and to stay connected with our team of technical experts. Our dedicated team of specialists will regularly be publishing relevant and timely information to keep you informed.
Methionine Shortage
Methionine is an essential amino acid that is commonly added to swine and poultry rations fed corn-soybean meal based diets. Some of these intermediates used to make methionine were in short supply starting in early fall of 2014 resulting in shortages of methionine. What can be done to get through these shortages?
Are You Prepared for Spring Calving?
If you look out the window today or anytime recently it would be hard to believe that spring may only be a few weeks away. However, a quick look at the calendar will tell you that spring, and with it spring calving, is right around the corner.
Cold Weather Feeding
Colder weather means livestock need more energy to be able to withstand harsh winter conditions. The best way livestock producers can ensure they provide their animals adequate nutrients is to work with their nutritionist making sure the feeding program matches up with the current weather conditions.