NEWS & BLOG
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the warehouse,
not a creature was stirring not even a mouse.
The hoses were set on the shelf with care,
with hopes an early manure season would soon be there. More
By: Biozyme Inc.
Supplementation programs should continue to be important building blocks for cowherd nutrition programs even during belt-tightening times. It is during these lean times that getting the most ‘bang for your buck’ becomes even more critical when selecting which, how much and what supplements to feed.
The cow operations that continue using solid supplementation programs, regardless of the state of the cattle market, will be making management decisions that produce profits, said Twig Marston, Technical Sales Field Manager at BioZyme Inc., leaders in natural supplements for all species of livestock. More
By: Molly Barnhart-Haub
As the year winds to a close we would like to thank you for your business and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope that 2017 is a profitable year full of laughter and good health for your entire family.
December is typically the month when we seriously start to consider all aspects of next year’s operation. It is important to keep in mind what worked well for you this past year and maybe some things that need improvement. The question is how are you evaluating whether a certain product or practice was a success or not? Are you basing only on the average yield of the field? More
We strongly believe one of the most important ingredients in our recipe for success is our employees. Through our Employee Spotlight blog series, learn more about the people who make up the Stutsman team. Meet Mike Strait, Waste Handling Salesman. Everything from designing dairy setups and checking over equipment to making sure everything is running smoothly during the busy seasons falls under Mike’s purview. Mike joined the Stutsman team in 1994. More
By: Katie McWhirter, Precision Ag Specialist
What a fantastic fall it has been; wonderful weather and a predominantly uneventful, safe harvest! These are certainly things that I am thankful for! I had a chemical rep in my office last week waiting to talk to Steve. He asked what I do. So, I gave my elevator speech to him. Of course, he asked what I’ve been seeing. I have to hide my smile when people ask me this. I tell him about after four years, we’re just now starting to really dig deep into the data that we’ve been collecting in order to try to figure out a field’s yield-limiting factor. More