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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

Sile Tech inoculants help us preserve excellent quality forages to our dairy herd. Sile Tech is a consistent performer for our wet forages every year.
– Joel Gross
Cattle fill out very nicely before we market them. I've used Hydro-Lac for eight years. We feed one pound per head daily for two consecutive days before we market our cattle. After further discussion with my Form-A-Feed representative, I will consider using Hydro-Lac during times of heat stress too.
– Doug Loyson
I can see my calves swarm to the Stress Lic tubs when we put them in. Calves don’t lick ground or gates anymore, and they are healthier.
– Jeff Bremer
In warm weather, it's a no brainer! It just makes good sense. Hydro-Lac is a tool that should be in everybody's cattle feeding toolbox.
– Ron Nykamp
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

Recent Blogs

Evaluating Technologies and Innovations for Dairies
Dairies have been adopting new technologies for generations. Our grandparents or great-grandparents may have been among the first in the area to use a milking machine, or AI. Can you imagine dairying without bulk tanks and refrigeration, or automatic waterers? Now, robotic milkers and computerized calf feeding systems are common. New tools and technologies are becoming available with increasing frequency.
Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Foot Problems in Beef Cattle
Cattle lameness affects all segments of the beef industry, including cow-calf operations, stockers, and feedlots. Beef producers want healthy cattle to maximize performance, so industry demand brings lameness to the forefront for producers managing feedlot economics and their overall bottom line. If we are to treat the cattle properly we need to figure out what type of lameness we’re dealing with.
Super-dosing of Phytase
As third and fourth generation phytase enzymes started to be used commonly in feeds, we realized that phytate, the major storage form of phosphorus in plants, is much more of an anti-nutrient limiting performance of swine than just an underutilized nutrient.
Robotic Milking: Is It For You?
I get this question almost weekly from dairy producers: “What do you think of robotic milkers?” I’ll give you my short answer. It is the right thing to do for some farms, but you still need to like cows, work with cows, and manage cows.
Swine Industry Lessons Learned from 2016 and Looking Ahead to a New Year
For most hog producers, 2016 was a year to forget. While feed costs actually fell from 2015 (down just over $5 per weaned pig marketed), profitability proved to be elusive. According to Iowa State University’s Estimated Livestock Returns for 2016, farrow-to-finish producers averaged a loss of $4.72 per head with five profitable months. Wean-to-finish producers fared even worse with losses escalating to $15.72 per head with only two profitable months. To make matters worse, lower fertilizer prices reduced the value of manure offering only $2.50-3.00 per finished pig in manure credit to apply to a cropping operation.