“In like a lion, out like a lamb”—the common adage for the month of March. This March, however, seemed to come in like a lion AND a lamb and is now providing some interesting twists and turns in the middle. It’s unusually hot and dry in the south, the east coast is experiencing their second winter, and the Midwest wakes up to a completely new climate every single day.
We are all dressing in layers and not sure what Mother Nature is going to bring our way the next day. So, what does that mean for our livestock?
As seasons change and temperatures continue to fluctuate, the nutritional needs of livestock change as well. Managing the nutritional changes as we transition livestock from the winter months into the heat of the summer (which some of you are already beginning to experience) is important.
At ShowBloom, we believe that the unique ingredients and added advantage of BGY help your livestock not only effectively transition from winter to summer, but will excel during this difficult feeding season. When fed daily, the ShowBloom animal will reach its full genetic potential in growth, muscling, hair coat quality and overall performance.
ShowBloom supplies high levels of fresh brewer’s yeast to your animal’s digestive system. Once in the digestive system, brewer’s yeast balances and feeds bacteria while helping to produce enzymes necessary for efficient digestion. ShowBloom helps the digestive system work at peak efficiency, allowing your animal to receive more nutrition not only from ShowBloom, but also from its daily feed. Improved digestion leads to better appetite and feed retention, even during hot weather and stress.
An immediate benefit of improved digestion is increased stamina and resistance to stress. Like star athletes, show animals must meet unique nutritional needs to compete and win in the show circuit. Because ShowBloom animals receive complete nutrition, they have more nutrients available for conversion to energy. This helps animals maintain the “bloom” of complete health.
The brewer’s yeast in ShowBloom promotes healthy skin and coat condition by supplying total nutrition. All organisms are born with unique nutritional priorities. As an animal receives nutrition from its feed, its body uses that nutrition in a strict order of priorities. Life-sustaining organs and systems like the heart, lungs, brain and circulatory system receive nutrients first. Because skin and hair receive nutrition last, they are the best indicators of a feed program’s effectiveness. When an animal has shiny hair and a healthy coat and skin, you know its nutritional needs are being met.
Stay ahead of the competition during this transitional period. Feed ShowBloom.