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5 Keys to Transition Success

April 17, 2020
by Katie Raver, Dairy Technical Services Manager Feed bunk management We all know that making sure feed is available to cows 24/7 is important […]

Bundling QLF Feed & Agronomy to Increase ROI on Your Farm

April 17, 2020
by Jayde Reilly, Content Marketing & Design Specialist The soil is a lot like a cow’s stomach. While the bugs in the rumen stimulate […]

QLF Cornoavirus (COVID-19) Update

March 23, 2020
March 23, 2020 We recognize this is an unsettling time, as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is rapidly evolving around the globe and now in […]

The Planting Depth Debate for Corn

March 23, 2020
by Mike Meier, Regional Sales Agronomist Iowa What is more important?  Proper Depth or Uniform Depth.  Actually both. The industry can agree that doing […]

Features & Benefits of L-CBF 7-21-3 MKP

March 23, 2020
by Michael Steeke, Regional Sales Agronomist Minnesota & North Dakota The product must be gentle. The industry constantly talks about low salt fertilizers for […]

L-CBF BOOST Improves Nitrogen Use Efficiency

March 13, 2020
By Greg Clark, Field Research Agronomist From an agronomic and economic advantage, and the core driver for crop enhancement over the last century has […]

Dan Luepkes, High Yield Corn Warrior

March 13, 2020
“There are not many products that I use on every acre but QLF BOOST is one of them.” Dan Luepkes owns and operates Luepkes […]

Nutritional influences on calving difficulty.

February 24, 2020
Mike Jarosz, Ph.D. As spring calving approaches, questions often come up in regards to how nutrition can influence calving difficulty primarily through increased birth […]

Understanding Lameness in Feedlot Cattle

February 24, 2020
Howard M. Blalock, Ph.D. Lameness is a common problem across the cattle industry that can have significant effects on animal productivity.  Historically, laminitis and […]

Urea – For All of the Right Reasons

February 24, 2020
by Jeff Pastoor, M. Ag. Urea or NPN (non-protein nitrogen) has been used in cattle rations for nearly 100 years as a cost-effective protein […]
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