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With calves hitting the ground, grass greening up and springtime in full swing in most parts of the country adjusting your nutrition program to fit current needs may be on a lot of people’s minds. Having proper vitamin and mineral supplementation readily accessible with the right delivery is key to achieving all your herd goals this upcoming spring and summer, so let us introduce you to MLS Low Moisture Tubs….

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Think about a time when you were stressed out. In most examples, and science has proven this, the heightened stress level likely decreased your focus and capability. Animals are negatively impacted by stress, just as people are.

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Cattle health is closely monitored in each sector of the beef and dairy industries, and continuous improvement is expected from within and outside of the industries. Fitness for transport is an important concept that applies to all cattle stages, from calves to feeders to cull cows and bulls.

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I don’t know many people who are giddy about change, but the people I know who seek out positive change are highly successful. Like it or not, it’s the new constant in everything we do.

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Spring is a beautiful time of year that brings renewed hope and optimism for production agriculture. The list of to-dos is endless with many folks either finishing up or in the midst of spring calving and preparing for the next breeding season, as well as field work and attempting innumerable other projects.

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Cattle producers are invested in creating a quality product. Carcass grades, such as Prime or Choice, and high-yield grades have become attainable targets for producers to reach with good genetics, management, proper nutrition and health protocols.

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