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The answer for Bloat Control in Livestock… is here!

WeatherPro Prevent... the answer for Bloat Control. Cattle rely on microbial fementation to convert grass into energy. Gases are produced as a by-product of this fermentation. The gas is normally burped out; a process called eructation. When the burping process is disturbed, the rumen quickly fills with gas - leading to a whole lot of problems.

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Can minerals make a difference? Yes; and so can you.

As you and I age, we need more specialised nutrition. Fish oil for joints, vitamin D, calcium and magnesium for bones; vitamin B for energy and vitamin E and selenium for healthy tissue. There is lots...

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Victorian cattle sales sees top awards

Performance Feeds clients in Western Victoria welcome the support and interest that has been shown, since the start of the year, for their quality livestock that have been prepared and presented with ...

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Supplementation Compliments Genetic Improvement

The Sandys run 450 Hereford base cows on 4 properties from Swifts Creek to The Gap near Omeo in a partnership between Peter and his uncle Jim. The altitude ranges from 300 – 800 metres above sea l...

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Livestock nutrition plans tailored to meet producer goals

Feeding of supplements in northern Australia can be somewhat challenging due to various factors such as size of properties, number of cattle and accessibility. Supplementation is also a major cost in ...

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Culture & Character

In today’s world, I am amazed at people and their propensity to be rude and mean... I see it on the road in the way people drive, I see it in gatherings where people push and shove and show a genera...

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Making The Most From Crop Stubble

After the header has stripped a paddock, there is still potential to reap some dollars from the crop. Here are a few key points on how to manage stock grazing crop stubble.

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Calculations… Supplement Vs Non Supplement

Anipro’s recommended intake is 125ml/100kg of body weight with a minimum intake of 400ml. You need to be sure that you are receiving a return on investment when using an all year round supplementati...

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Thoughts from 38,000 Feet (11,582 Meters)

As I fly back to the US from my most recent trip to Australia, sleep won’t come as my mind is filled with thoughts from the past 10 days of travel, visiting with customers, attending meetings, visit...

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MaxPro and FlexiPro

A top $ combination. Stephen Pearce runs the Telpara Brangus Stud on the Atherton Tablelands of Far North Queensland. The program for his stud bulls prior to sale involves the use of Maxpro and Flexip...

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