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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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
Our calves from, birth to 50 days, gain an average of 2 lbs. per day on Early Wean Calf Starter and whole milk. Our calves are fed above requirements to help them become better performers once they reach the milking herd.
– Landwehr Dairy
My calves grow great on PerFourMax Milk Replacer
– Jeff Bremer
Using Hydro-Lac reduced my shrink from 10% to around 3% on shipping heifers.
– Ponderosa Custom Feedlot
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

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.
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.