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One of the most persistent concerns in the minds of all dairy farmers is the issue of acidosis and bloating.
The late planting of corn in the U.S. Corn Belt this summer is expected to bring about a much smaller crop at harvest time. This means less corn will be available for feeding animals, and what will be marketed will be quite expensive.
Back when paper was king, newsletters were a must for companies to communicate with customers. The animal nutrition industry was not any different than any other industry in this regard.
It is not enough to have a feed formulation computer program and someone to operate it. It is not enough even to have the latest feed specification figures and the most updated ingredient nutrient matrix. All these are a prerequisite to having someone experienced enough to put everything together if a wholesome, healthy and profitable feed is to be mixed, manufactured, transported, stored and eventually fed to animals.