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The last week or so has brought serious transportation and shipping challenges as winter finally hits the Pacific Northwest. The Governors of both Oregon and Washington have declared a State of Emergency for their states. With snow, ice and now flooding crippling the flow of transportation, the team at Anderson Hay is working hard to keep our shipments going. Along with snow closing several critical mountain passes, many ports experienced closures as much of the Seattle metro area shut down last week. Anderson Hay has been able to trouble shoot the numerous weather related issues without any major problems arising.
All horse owners share a common decision that directly affects the health, performance and well-being of their horses: their choice of diet. Scientists have recently studied the effects of nutrition on performance horses and have created methods for feeding and management to increase athletic ability, minimize or delay the onset of fatigue, and significantly reduce horse injuries. The primary staple of a horse’s diet that is often undervalued is hay; the performance of your horse is ultimately determined by the quality of hay that it consumes.
Livestock raised for milk production are representative of what they eat in terms of physical health, but also in terms of the quality of the milk they produce. If you're in the dairy business, you know maintaining quality and quantity of milk production is key to maintaining profitability in today's volatile markets. Your top concern should be the quality of feed you're using to catalyze milk production in your livestock. If your herd does not have access to feed that has been harvested at the right time, if forage is grown in poorly maintained soil conditions, or if it is allowed to collect dust, mold spores, and other pollutants during storage and transport, your herd, and milk supply, will suffer.
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