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Cowherd Nutrition 365® by QLF Nutrition Management of Bulls Begins Early

February 15, 2020
Chelsey B Saevre, MS In cow/calf herds across the country, the use of natural service remains high.  A survey conducted by USDA’s National Animal […]

5 Ways to Maximize Productivity from 2019 Forages

February 4, 2020
by Lisa Davis, Dairy Product Manager Across most of the U.S., 2019 was a unique growing season.  The timing of forage planting and harvest […]

Maximizing Milk Protein to Maximize the Milk Check

February 4, 2020
by Katie Raver, MS, PAS, Dairy Technical Services Manager As cheese prices have risen over the past year, more attention has been paid to […]

Reduce Shrink on Farm to Improve Profitability

February 4, 2020
by Kai Yuan Ph.D. QLF Senior Research & Technical Advisor Shrink is a major cost of most dairy operations. Most dairies have greater than […]

Idaho Internship Program

February 4, 2020
by Steve Echelmeier, Regional Sales Manager Idaho Most large dairies are achieving high milk yield and components by ensuring their herd is receiving a […]

Jar Testing Tips

December 24, 2019
By Jayde Reilly, Agronomy Marketing Manager According to the University of Arkansas, a “Jar Test’ should always be used to test the compatibility of […]

Organic Crop Production in the Heartland

December 23, 2019
By Jim Porter Jr., Regional Sales Agronomist The number of growers, and the number of acres, that are involved in organic crop production today […]

More Yield Side Dressing with BOOST

December 23, 2019
By Jordan Johnson, Agronomy Coordinator Two consecutive years in North Central Iowa showed 10 % inclusion of L-CBF Boost with 32% UAN at side-dress […]

First to the Wire with QLF

December 23, 2019
When someone is selling you a biological fertilizer, what do you think it’s made of?  Some people don’t really understand what that biology reference […]

Pen Maintenance Tips

December 4, 2019
By Scott Roskens, Beef Technical Manager Many feedlot operations consider pen maintenance to be a summer event when we scrape, shape and smooth the […]
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