Hay feeders are an important part of any cattle farm. Increased costs of producing hay, along with fuel and equipment costs, mean today’s farmer wants to get the most out of every bale fed. A university study calculating waste from…Read More
Read the latest articles from the experts at Stockdale’s and the Tennessee Farmers Cooperative.
Although inexpensive feed may seem budget friendly, there are trade-offs between the cost of the diet, calf performance, and target market weights. Therefore, understanding the true cost of feed is important to maintain profitability. Here are two key factors to…Read More
By Dr. Dana Tomlinson with Zinpro Corporation As horses encounter greater physical activity and their workload and energy demands increase, their need for key trace minerals increases. Zinc, manganese, copper, and selenium are the primary minerals needed for production of…Read More
By Grey Parks, ProTrition Equine Specialist Most articles and tips for feeding horses focus on the more complicated cases: metabolic horses, hard keepers, broodmares, high performance horses, etc. What about the average horse? First, let’s define “the average horse”. The…Read More
By Royce Towns The stresses of summer heat can be challenging to both man and beast. When temperatures soar, we begin to implement strategies to protect our own health; likewise, as good stewards, we also need to think about the…Read More