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QLF Tank Farm Research

June 16, 2021
by Anthony Roth, Greenhouse Manager Quality Liquid Feeds’ commitment to research was expanded in 2021 with the tank farm located at the QLF Agronomy […]

Warmer Weather is Here!

April 20, 2021
by Lisa Davis, Dairy Product Manager The arrival of warmer weather brings a new growing season and the opportunity to produce good quality feeds […]

A New Research: Feeding Molasses-Based Liquid Feed Improved Transition Dairy Cow Performance

April 14, 2021
by Kai Yuan, Ph.D.,  Senior Dairy Scientist  Feeding molasses-based liquid feed supplements to transition cows is known to increase DMI, reduce sorting, and improve […]

Using QLF Liquid Supplements to Improve Milk Performance and Profitability

April 14, 2021
by Kai Yuan, Ph.D.,  Senior Dairy Scientist Increased level of dietary sugar is known to improve dairy cow performance. To evaluate the level of […]

QLF TMR Heifer Program: 400lbs to Calving

April 14, 2021
Economics and performance is an important factor in feed selection and TMR management for older heifers. QLF Heifer products fit well into a balanced […]

Did you know?

April 14, 2021
by Mike Richter, Dairy Technical Services Manager Recently there has been interest in feeding sugar in ruminant diets for obvious reasons like: increased Dry […]

Nutritional Strategies to Help Beat the Heat

April 10, 2021
Although summer is often a time associated with having fun in the sun, our four-legged friends don’t share the same sentiment. It is estimated […]

Nitrate Leaching in Field Tiles (Research Study)

March 11, 2021
by Greg Clark, M. Sc, AgC, Agronomy Researcher A water nitrate (NO3–) leaching study was implemented in 2020 in Martinsville, Illinois. The objective of […]

QLF L-CBF BOOST & Potatoes

March 11, 2021
by David Youngquist, Regional Sales Agronomist (PNW) Boost your potato production this year with QLF L-CBF BOOST. Through our extensive 2020 potato trials, we […]

5 Tips for Planting Success

March 11, 2021
by Jordan Johnson, Agronomy Coordinator Regardless if the price of corn is $2.50/ bu or $5.00/bu, making the most of every acre is the […]
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