Cowherd Nutrition 365® by QLF

December 3, 2019
Chelsey Saevre, MS, Cow/Calf Product Manager Reproductive performance is the largest determinant of income in a livestock enterprise.  In the U.S. cow/calf industry, embryonic and […]

Better Starts for Middle River Wheat

October 25, 2019
by Michael Steeke, Regional Sales Agronomist MN & ND In the middle of July, a farmer in Middle River, MN, texted QLF’s Regional Sales […]

Southwestern Corn Silage Trials Using L-CBF

October 25, 2019
In the Southwest U.S., corn silage is a key component of many dairy rations. Controlled water and lots of heat provide prime growing conditions […]

Do Not Guess, Submit for a Test!

October 25, 2019
by Greg Clark MSc, Agronomy Researcher Did you experience any of the below problems in 2019 including poor plant growth and response from applied […]

QLF Agronomy Research Center

October 25, 2019
by Jayde Reilly, Marketing & Anthony Roth, Greenhouse Manager The QLF Agronomy Research Center (ARC) is located in Dodgeville, WI. QLF  is dedicated to […]

Mold and Mycotoxin Prevention in Crops

October 15, 2019
by Katie Raver, M.S. Dairy Technical Services Manager and Kai Yuan, Ph.D. Senior Research and Technical Advisor Mycotoxins have been a concern to dairy […]

Liquid DCAD from QLF; The Next Step in Prefresh Nutrition

October 15, 2019
by Paul Dyk, Regional Sale Manager and Dairy Technical Services Manager Background.  In recent years, many farms have implemented a Goldilocks and acidified diet […]

2019 Corn Silage Challenges: How QLF Can Help!

October 15, 2019
by Lisa Davis, Dairy Product Manager     Carbs Needed! Immature corn silage is low in starch, and supplemental rapidly-available carbohydrates are needed.  Sugars […]

WSC vs. ESC: Which sugar analysis value should you use?

October 15, 2019
Kai Yuan Ph.D. QLF Senior Research & Technical Advisor     In feed samples, the value of sugar is usually analyzed as water-soluble carbohydrates […]

Starting Cattle- do all the free stuff

August 20, 2019
By Scott Roskens The way we get cattle started will have a lasting impact on their health and profitability for the whole feeding period. […]
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