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“We've used a lot of Lindner 684 in our program depending on the hog, being able to keep one with enough flesh and condition to run the jackpot shows and into the end point it has been a great product for us!”
Baxter Howell
“Really like the 680 series for ease of use. Advantages include adding depth and dimension to gilts that are a little harder bodied. ”
Karl Peter
“Consumption rate is tremendous, growth rate has been good for us, and it gets them off to a really good start, and enables us to get pigs ready to sell at 6-8 weeks in order to perform for our customers.”
Ben Moyer
“Really have liked the consumption and driven appetite. Haven’t seen a feed where they consume and want to eat as much as we have seen with 688. ”
Shane Brinning
“There are a bunch of choices out there for feeds but you have to feed something that works, Lindner United is the feed that gets it done from weaning to taking pictures at the backdrop!”
Travis Platt
“Lifesaver, to us, is a show day, electrolyte supplement that really puts body and fill in one to give them that extra edge and show day look. We also use it in daily feeding to help increase appetite. ”
Alan Hoffman
“TNT enhances rib shape, flank, and body. Palatability in this top dress really makes hogs go to it.”
Matt Miller
“I constantly get asked what we do at Team Sloan to get our hogs ready to sell. I always tell people it is very simple, fresh wood shavings and 612. No question, this is the best starter I have used to get babies bloomy without giving them a hard look. ”
Troy Sloan
“684 is the absolute best finishing feed I have found for hogs that need to be softened up while maintaining adequate muscle shape and continuing to grow. Consumption on this particular feed is second to none, especially when fed wet, and in today's show ring that's an absolute must! ”
Troy Sloan

Busy, an Understatement.

Wow, what a whirlwind the past two weeks have been! From spending a week at the World Pork Expo, to traveling on the road making dealer and farm visits, busy sure has been an understatement!

Two weeks ago, like so many others, I loaded up and headed to Des Moines for expo. As soon as I stepped out of my truck, in World Pork Expo fashion, I was immediately hit by the dense heat and humidity. But would it really be expo if it was cold?

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I never truly knew how much time and effort went into the preparations for an event like this, to make it go successfully.  After setting up the tent on Sunday evening, I was confident that it would be a very good week where the Lindner Team would be able to meet so many customers and hopefully bring in new customers as well! The tent was very busy throughout the week with several questions about the Lindner products for new customers, as well as t-shirt , bucket and even ice cream give aways. Thank you to everyone that stopped by the NEW Lindner location outside the swine barn, and I look forward to hearing from many of you in the future, and the success that you will have utilizing Lindner products.

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I also want to congratulate all exhibitors on a successful week, and remind you to upload your success and backdrop photos that you may have onto our website. Please do this so we can showcase your success, and send you additional rewards!

After expo, I traveled back to Indiana for a quick recuperation day before getting back after it for the work week. I met up with account manager Jordan Leatherman at Jake’s Feed in Valparaiso, Indiana. From there Joe and Christina Blackford took us around to 17 different customer’s farms to view their hogs, and give them feeding suggestions to better their project’s performance. After being chased by the pop up showers all day, at our final stop, they finally caught up with us. Even though we were slightly dampened by the rain, the things that I learned throughout the day certainly made up for it! Thank you to Jordan for showing me some of the ropes, and thank you to Joe and Christina for taking us to these customer’s homes.

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From there I hopped in my truck and headed to Taylor, Missouri to make a stop at the Heimer Hampshires establishment to see how Lindner United products are working for them. After touring around the operation, I was extremely impressed with the quality that is represented. Top to bottom, baby pigs to boars, truly was a great time. My favorite part of my visit was viewing the females that will be in the upcoming “The ones that Built The Brand, proven sow sale”. When I was asked, “What bred sows do you like?” my only response was, “Which ones don’t I like?!” I highly recommend viewing these elite female and sires in this offering. Again, a huge thank you to Jesse and the HH crew for the hospitality and for showing me around, I truly appreciate it!

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This next week I will be heading to Colorado to meet up with account manager Kade Hummel and making dealer and farm visits with him in the area. I am very excited about this opportunity to further my Lindner product knowledge, and make new connections along the way. Again as always, I thank you for taking the time to read this and look forward to the upcoming weeks at Lindner United!

Jared Lamle

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