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2 Ways Organic Kelp for Horses Improves Their Health and Wellbeing

2 Ways Organic Kelp for Horses Improves Their Health and Wellbeing

 

  Whether you are raising foals and yearlings or trying to keep high-performance or elderly horses at their best, you know that feeding them grass or hay only goes so far. Your horses need the right blend of macro and micro-nutrients, staying within healthy limits without triggering any harmful side effects. That can require you […]

 

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Adding Omega-3 to Chicken Feed with Seaweed Improves Bird Health

How Adding Omega-3 to Chicken Feed Improves Their Health and Nutrition

 

  With very few exceptions, chickens can (and shamelessly will) eat almost anything. The challenge for commercial farmers is less about avoiding toxic food, but finding nutrients in the right proportion for optimum health. One ongoing debate revolves around the quantity of polysaturated fatty acids to include in your flock’s diet. In the right amounts, […]

 

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3 Reasons to Use Sustainable Pet Food Ingredients in Your Feed

3 Reasons to Use Sustainable Pet Food Ingredients in Your Feed

 

  Nutritional value. Feed safety. Breed, size, and age requirements. Consumers want to know if your pet food products check all the boxes necessary to keep their pets healthy. And if you’re lucky enough to create a formulation that pleases the taste buds of their animal companions, then your brand will be the first choice […]

 

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How Seaweed Is Reducing Methane Emissions from Dairy Cows & Beef Cattle

How Seaweed Is Reducing Methane Emissions from Dairy Cows & Beef Cattle

 

  It’s unquestionable that cattle offer sustenance and even livelihoods for people worldwide, but every juicy steak or cold glass of milk comes with an unintended consequence: runaway methane emissions. Like all ruminants, cows release this greenhouse gas as a byproduct of healthy digestion. Yet with roughly one billion-head in the global herd and a […]

 

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How Dairy Farmers Can Survive COVID-19 and Heat Stress in Dairy Cows

How Dairy Farmers Can Survive COVID-19 and Heat Stress in Dairy Cows

 

  This summer has been a scorcher. All across the United States, temperatures spiked, bringing on heatwaves that made August 2020 the third warmest on record. These extreme weather patterns create problems for the dairy industry by impairing milk production and lowering cattle reproduction rates. What’s different this year are the unpredictable consequences of COVID-19. […]

 

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