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How Profitable is Pushing Up Feed?

August 4, 2020
 by Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Senior Scientist and Technical Advisor QLF evaluated on-farm management practices on many dairy operations covering key areas […]

Preventing Milk Fever: DCAD Balancing for Prefresh Cows

August 4, 2020
by Steve Echelmeier, Regional Sales Manager, Idaho The dairy industry has suffered the consequences of milk fever in transition cows for decades, thus resulting […]

Cow Comfort is Key to Maximizing Milk Production

August 4, 2020
by Katie Raver, Dairy Technical Services Manager Working in the dairy industry, we spend a great deal of time using on-farm tools that help […]

5 Easy Ways to Make the Most Money from Feeding QLF

August 4, 2020
by Lisa Davis, Dairy Product Manager         Maximizing returns from the feeding program is essential to both long and short-term profitability. […]

What About Alfalfa?

June 10, 2020
by Larry Parr, WI Regional Sales Agronomist As I started my first year with QLF Agronomy, I wanted to focus my efforts on a […]

Feeding Biology

June 10, 2020
by Anthony Roth, Greenhouse Manager Feeding biology has become a hot topic lately at least when it comes to soil biology and raising crops. In […]

Things to Know Before the Sprayer Hits the Field to Lead to a Successful Spray Season

June 10, 2020
by Shannon Schumacher, IL Regional Sales Agronomist Some growers know first-hand the disappointment of getting out to the field, excited to start spraying, and […]

Diversify Your Nitrogen Program—Foliar applied Nitrogen with an Amino Acid BOOST!

June 10, 2020
by Tim Chitwood, VP of Agronomy QLF Agronomy has demonstrated the advantages of taking a carbon-based approach to managing and improving NUE (Nitrogen Use […]

Drinking Water for Feedlot Cattle

May 12, 2020
by Scott Deering, Technical Services Even though water is considered one of the most important nutrients in cattle diets it can often be overlooked. […]

Grass Quantity VS Quality

May 12, 2020
by Caleb Weiss, Cow/Calf Product Manager Forage quantity and quality often drive the need to provide supplemental feeds to meet a grazing animal’s requirements […]
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