Quality Livestock Feeds

Faster Growth at Less Cost!

Healthier Hogs

The benefits of roasted grains fed to swine

  • Hogs are healthier
  • Sows milk better and heavier
  • Sows produce healthier and heavier pigs at birth and weaning

Combining roasted soybeans and roasted corn in the ration gives hog producers a greatly improved feed efficiency.  Feeder pigs get off to a better, faster start with fresh roasted beans.  Hogs fed roasted grains have a consistent grade increase of 10%.


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Click on a product tab (below) to discover the benefits of one of the Colorado Soy feeds.  You can also do a side-by-side comparison of the guaranteed analysis labels.  Find the BEST Colorado Soy feed to meet the needs of your livestock.

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•    20% protein
•    Sole ration
•    High in Lysine
•    Highly digestible
•    Increases growth

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•    17% protein
•    Sole ration
•    High in Lysine
•    Highly digestible

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•    17% protein
•    Sole ration up to 150 lbs.
•    For commercial hogs
•    No supplements added
•    Good Lysine level for building muscles

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•    Sole ration
•    Maintains sows and boars during and after the gestational period
•    150 lbs. to finish
•    No supplements added

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•    Sole ration
•    Good protein for sows in their gestational period
•    Healthier piglets
•    Highly digestible

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•    Gets sows to produce good milk
•    Sole ration
•    High in protein
•    Increases the quality of the milk for healthier piglets

Quotes

I was searching for a mill that would produce a custom-made grain for my comepetitive bucking bulls.  Colorado Soy was the answer.  They were the only mill that used roasted grains, and understood that I wanted controlled weight gain but maximun muscle and bone growth.  The roasted grains are highly digestible and the mix they developed did exactly what I was searching for, with a TDN of over 80%! I feed less, which costs less.  I was so impressed with the results with the bull grain, I am feeding their Go-Getter grain to my calf roping and my wife's barrel horses.  

— Mike Hadley
PBR Finals Bucking Bull Contractor
5-time CPRA Calf Roping Champion and
17-time PRCA Calf Roping Qualifier


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