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AFIA Heralds QLF’s Michigan Facility with FFY Award

September 12, 2022
Quality Liquid Feeds’ Comstock Park, Mich., facility wins the AFIA 2022 Liquid Feed Facility of the Year The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and […]

QLF Driver Recognized by National Group

July 27, 2022
The National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC) represents over 14,000 trucking companies in the U.S. and Canada that employ over 156,000 drivers collectively.  […]

L-CBF BOOST works with UAN—Urea Ammonium Nitrate

June 24, 2022
Brian Knapp, Regional Sales Agronomist IA MO Nitrogen Use Efficiency or NUE, has been a focal point in corn production for many years.  How […]

What’s the difference between a Bio-stimulant vs. a Biological?

June 24, 2022
Tim Chitwood, VP of Agronomy, QLF Agronomy For a few farmers and a minority of people working in the field of agronomy (definition—the science […]

Add More Value to Your Fungicide pass with L-CBF Amino15

June 24, 2022
Evan Hansen, Regional Sales Agronomist IA MN When we begin to look at plant stresses, diseases, and disorders it is inevitable that all have […]

What is Soil Health?

June 24, 2022
Greg Clark, Field Researcher, QLF Agronomy What is soil health?  The majority of land-grant universities’ have adopted the definition of soil health as “the […]

THREE WAYS WILD YEAST AND MOLD CAN IMPACT YOUR CATTLE

June 13, 2022
Fungal contamination isn’t a new problem for day producers, but it’s still a big problem. (See the 2022 yeast and mold counts.) Here are […]

A BLEND OF ACIDS IS KEY TO CONTROLLING YEAST AND MOLD GROWTH

June 13, 2022
Scientists learned many years ago that adding organic acids to feed controlled the growth of mold and yeast. Over the years, researchers have explored […]

2022 OUTLOOK:YEAST AND MOLD COUNTS

June 13, 2022
To help producers have a better outlook for yeast and mold concerns in the feed they are using in 2022, Quality Liquid Feeds (QLF) […]

Profit-Robbing Yeast And Molds

June 13, 2022
While some yeast and mold species are beneficial, other species contaminate our environment and lead to sickness in humans and animals. Non-beneficial mold and […]
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