Aug 19, 2020
CFS is offering an opportunity for cattle producers to use liquid feed supplements without a capital investment to make sure it is right for you. We have designed trial units to be hauled to your feedlot or farm to be filled with a liquid supplement. These trial units can be used for starting cattle or finishing cattle. These units are set up very simply with a tank, an extension swing arm to get the liquid into your feed wagon, and an electric pump which has 110 Volt electricity system. These trial units will be used on a customer's farm for no longer than 30 days. After that we are certain the customer will know that the liquid feed system is the way to go. Liquid supplements research has shown a wide range of benefits over dry feed as in, ration conditioning, improving palatability, enhancing nutrition, reducing fines and sorting, and let's not forget the convenience.Liquid supplements are also an economic advantage or cost savings, which adds to your bottom-line profitability.
One of the big things in starting cattle to get them to eat! The receiving period is the most crucial time in a feedlot. Incoming cattle experience the greatest amount of stress and disease challenges during this period when intakes are depressed. Therefore, liquid supplement is a huge advantage on starting cattle.
When finishing fed cattle, these liquid feeds will deliver a consistent supply of nutrients and additives to the cattle on feed. Therefore, improved ration consistency promotes more efficient gains at an economical value. So, if you would like to know more about our trial units please contact Tim Ollerich, Nicole Knips or our CFS Feed Team.
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