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Reading a feed tag

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We are Big V Feeds

Big V Feeds is a family owned wholesale manufacturer headquartered in McAlester, Oklahoma. Big V Feeds provide a full line of livestock feeds, processed grains and services designed to help the agricultural sector be more competitive in the market share.

We offer a complete line of formulated feeds for beef, dairy, horses, poultry, swine, sheep, goats, pets, plus customized products. Our delivery system not only provides bagged products, but also, bulk feeds to expanding dealers and producers to help grow their business.

The support does not end when the product is delivered. Our goal is to fulfill our customers focus and needs. Our sales team works closely with each customer to help grow and develop their business. We continually evaluate performance and quality to provide consistent product and service to our dealers and their customers.

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17 Jul

Reading A Feed Tag

“What does it mean”Just give me a bag of sweet feed because that is what I have always fed. How many people have taken the time to read a feed tag or understand what it is saying. Learning how to interpret the information on the ... Read More
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16 Jul

Anaplasmosis In Cattle Herds

Anaplasmosis is minute parasite infectious disease that causes destruction of red blood cells. It can be transmitted to healthy animals from infected animals, by biting insects, or surgical instruments. Anaplasmosis (Anaplasma marginale) can be divided into incubation, developmental, convalescent, and carrier stages. These stages are ... Read More