Feeding Hack #3

All too often supplements get sorted out by livestock. Some of the reasons for this are texture or taste, or simply that you added something new. Like people, different animals have different tastes. Don’t let your livestock become high maintenance by dictating what...

Feeding Hack #2

Hay / Forage Hack I can’t tell you how often I hear about bloat in show lambs. Goats and steers it’s a little less often, but regardless… the problem is chronic. The issue at hand is that people forget to make sure the ruminants have enough fiber or forage in their...

Lambing Hack #1

Lambing / Kidding can be a dirty, chaotic mess when your group of AI bred ewes all lambs at once. Hell, if you only have 1 female giving birth it can be a mess. One key to keeping everyone healthy is hygiene. By everyone, we mean the mother, her lambs / kids and...

County Fair Hack #1

We remind every one of our customers to include access to salt for their animals every day all day when they’re raising one for the county fair. However, it’s rare that you see that same salt block brought with you to the fair and left in the animals pen. The county...

Our Basic Flush Program

Baby Boom is designed to be used at 0.20 lbs per head per day.  That part is straight forward.  The harder part is how to flush ewes, and how to incorporate Baby Boom into a flush program.  We have been asked how we flush our ewes and so we have decided to share our...

Customer Spotlight – Cade Halfmann

AI and Embryo are expensive enough, but not getting the results from it can be brutal.  We have increased our success, both via conception rates and kidding percentage with the use of Rule Supplements.  We use Baby Boom as part of our flush program and consider it an...

Customer Spotlight – Neff Livestock

Neff Livestock prides itself on raising quality club lambs for the youth across the country. With recent success in the show ring, the ability to produce as many embryos as possible is essential. Since we have incorporated Baby Boom into our program our number of...

The Money Ball Approach to Breeding Season

The Money Ball approach to Breeding Season The goal for most livestock producers is to breed towards the goal of producing great ones. Yearly, Producers spend money on studs, synchronizing, breeding, AI, and embryo transfer programs. The majority of these costs are...
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