Published on Tue, 02/06/2018 - 2:17pm
Get Started with Mix 30 Today
Article provided by Agridyne, LLC.
If you raise ruminant livestock, then you will want to consider adding MIX 30 to your nutritional program. It has many advantages from a feeding standpoint, but also from an economic point of view and it is easy to purchase and feed.
Mix 30 is not just the latest fad in a long list of nutritional products for livestock. The supplement is fed across the country, across species of ruminant livestock and the producers who feed it do the product’s best advertising. It has a strong history of success documented by not sales, but producers who use the product.
Mix 30 is a liquid feed that is a high energy, protein supplement created from a combination of corn and soy based coproducts. It was developed in 1992 and today is marketed through Agridyne, LLC. Mix 30 is marketed in U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. Mix 30 is sold through dealers, positioned across the U.S. with ten manufacturing facilities, 12 rail-offloading facilities and an extensive distribution network.
Mix 30 has unmatched versatility and works in all ruminant diets and it is very easy to feed. It can be fed in open-top, free choice containers, or mixed into grain or hay in a total mixed ration. Mix 30 is easy, convenient and has a low labor requirement, which makes it even more desired by livestock owners. In addition, cattle operations of all segments have found the product key to improving quality and adding to the bottom line of their operations.
Mix 30 contains ingredients that research has shown to enhance reproductive performance and increase calf survivability and performance. Mix 30’s nutrient combination is designed to help the animal utilize forages, especially poor quality forages, more efficiently.
If you raise ruminant livestock, then you will want to consider adding Mix 30 to your nutritional program. It has many advantages from a feeding standpoint, but also from an economic point of view and it is easy to purchase and feed.
We invite you to study its applications and visit with a dealer near you about incorporating it into your operation.