Recent Blog Posts

  • Welcome Tiffany Minnick!

    January 21, 2019
    I would like to extend a very heartfelt WELCOME to Tiffany Minnick as she comes on board at Ingram Feed & Seed! Tiff brings many years of experience in the agricultural supply business PLUS retailing experience.
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  • Diamond V XPC Yeast Use In Cattle Minerals From Purina

    February 16, 2018
    In an effort to help our producers bring more, healthy calves to market, Ingram Feed & Seed is now keeping Purina Wind & Rain Storm Formula All Season 7.5 Complete Availa-4 Original XPC Cattle Mineral on hand. That is a terribly long name so we’ll just call it Availa-4 XPC mineral.
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  • Controlling Flies On Pastured Cattle

    May 15, 2017
    With record setting temperatures this spring insects are making an earlier appearance this year. Horn flies, face flies and even stable flies have been observed on grazing animals recently.
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  • A Calf’s Future Is Shaped In 60 Days

    April 1, 2017
    Sixty. It’s the amount of minutes Mike Wallace had in the popular investigative reporting series; it’s the beginning range for a normal resting heart rate in adults; and it’s the amount of sugar in a Jamba Juice banana berry smoothie.
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  • Nutritional Considerations During Times of Financial Stress

    March 1, 2017
    To read the original article, please click here. Regardless of the affiliated production phase, cattlemen nationwide will feel the financial stress of low cattle markets.
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  • It’s all in the plan; tips to avoid single trait selection

    December 1, 2016
    To see this origina blog post, please click here. The ability to focus intently is often a worthwhile and productive tool for one seeking improvement.
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  • Caring for Newborn Calves

    September 1, 2016
    Cattle may seem hardy, but newborn calves can be weak and delicate, and proper care in the first few hours of their lives will greatly improve survival rates and the overall health of newborns.
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  • Will Creep Feeding Pay in 2011?

    July 1, 2011
    With this year's historically high commodity markets looking us in the face, many beef producers are asking about the merits of creep feeding their calves.
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