How is Amaferm Different From Other Equine Digestive Health Products?

Something occurs almost daily that can shift the microbial population in the gut of a horse causing it to become unhealthy, thereby increasing the number of “bad” microbes and reducing the number of “good” ones. The vet comes to vaccinate, the farrier digs out an abscess, a new load of hay arrives, a horse gets […]

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The Real Challenge of Weaning: Getting them to Eat!

Pick up any livestock publication circulated this time of year and you’ll find articles about the “do’s and don’ts” of weaning and starting new arrivals on feed. You’ll see the usual discussions about vaccinations, ration and feeding recommendations, water quality, and maybe some management suggestions on fence line weaning or the best approach to early […]

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Product Feature: VitaFerm Heat

Vitaferm Heat

Summer means heat stress, and a loss of performance in your cow herd. Cattle responses to heat stress include reduced dry matter intake, decreased average daily gain, decreased milk yield, and decreased fertility and poor reproduction. To you this loss of performance means a loss in profitability. BioZyme is excited about our newest mineral, VitaFerm HEAT, specifically […]

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BioZyme Welcomes Faulkenberry as North Texas Area Sales Manager

We are excited to welcome Joe Faulkenberry as a new member to our Area Sales Manager team. Joe will be covering North Texas and is excited to help producers and VitaFerm dealers with their nutritional needs. Faulkenberry has been involved in farming and ranching his entire life. He attended Tarleton State University and earned his […]

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Do I Need to Feed Salt to My Cattle?

by Kevin Glaubius, Director of Nutrition and Technical Support Our VitaFerm mineral labels often say in the feeding instructions to offer additional salt. Beef cattle do have a requirement for salt and in most of the formulations we strive to meet the basic need. However, not all of the products contain salt and with those products […]

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