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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Show Pig Nursery Step 1 #8125 • 20% protein • Sole ration • High in Lysine • Highly digestible • Increases growth
General Show Pig Finisher #8107 • 17% protein • Sole ration • High in Lysine • Highly digestible
Swine Grower #8105 • 17% protein • Sole ration up to 150 lbs. • For commercial hogs • No supplements added • Good Lysine level for building muscles
Commercial Swine Finisher #8110 • Sole ration • Maintains sows and boars during and after the gestational period • 150 lbs. to finish • No supplements added
Sow Gestation #8120 • Sole ration • Good protein for sows in their gestational period • Healthier piglets • Highly digestible
Sow Lactation #8122 • Gets sows to produce good milk • Sole ration • High in protein • Increases the quality of the milk for healthier piglets
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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