Measuring Greatness by the Animals We Feed

Jun 29, 2020

Wendy Peterson: Purina Senior Inside Sales Specialist

At Purina, we measure greatness by the animals we feed.  It’s what drives our research to maximize the potential of every animal, year in and year out.  Our Honor® Show products are formulated by nutritionists that work with show animals at every level.  We know the stress.  We know the thrill. But most of all we know how the right nutrients can get your animal ready for the show ring.  Our Honor® Show products are Purina’s highest quality feeds and supplements and are the secret weapon of serious show competitors. Honor® Show has a full line of cattle, sheep, goat, and pig feeds for every level of competition.  High Octane® Supplements can be used when these show animals need a little extra help in certain areas. 
Visit the Honor® Show website for product information, ask the experts section, youth reward prizes, and our 2020 Giving Greatness Scholarship opportunity. Check out the articles by our highly successful ambassadors such as Kirk Stierwalt, Bob May, Mike Harbour, Bryan Vaughan, Mark Johnson, and many others.    Hard work and dedication. It’s what winners put into their show projects. It’s what goes into every bag of Honor® Show.
Contact your local CFS Feedmill to order yours today.

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