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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

On the Road with Ty

After the long weekend, I traveled to the familiar land of Illinois to meet up with  one of Lindner Account Manager’s, Ty Engnell.  On Tuesday, we met with the folks at Bellflower Feed Mill in Central Illinois to see how our products were performing for them and how sales were going. The reports we received back were very good and we are hoping that they increase the amount of LU product they can and  move in the future! It truly is interesting to meet with the dealers and take in their perception of business, hogs and even the swine industry as a whole. We then viewed customer’s hogs in the area and gave them feed evaluations,  as they prepare for their county fairs. We also made a stop in Gridley, Illinois at a JBS United Production Plant where I had the opportunity to meet the Team that keeps the wheels turning at that location.

On Wednesday, Ty and I hopped in the truck to head north to the unfamiliar state to me,  of Wisconsin. We met up with another dealer,  Mr.  John Henrichs .  He took us to meet up with some of his customers in the area. In our first day, we viewed over 75 hogs which were all on Lindner United feeds and they all looked  very impressive! I enjoyed being able to listen to Ty’s feeding advice for those customers and how they can utilize the various  Lindner United products to better the hogs they have on feed.  He even included me in on some discussion and asked for my suggestions of what to change for rations.  I truly enjoyed having the opportunity to give my input and appreciated  the chance to do so!

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After a quick stay at the Super 8 in Darlington, we got back in the truck for day two of our tour in the Dairyland  State and then to work our way back south into Illinois. We met with the crew at Darlington Feed and Ag Center and viewed hogs at customer’s homes where Ty created new rations for hogs.  We had the opportunity to see some very nice facilities! We then headed back towards Illinois and met up with distributor Joel Vandemore and his daughter, Emma.  We again viewed hogs from customers that purchased feed from their location in Geneseo and I was very impressed with the caliber of swine that are in the area that will be going to the Local,  State,  and National levels of  competition!

I can’t thank Ty enough for the opportunity to go with him on this trip and pick his brain on feeding strategies. Also, a huge thank you to the dealers and customers in the areas we visited for the great hospitality they gave to both us, – I wish you the best of luck to you all in the future!

We take off for the World Pork Expo on Sunday and I personally can’t wait for this Event! Make sure to stop by our Booth throughout the week for goodies and view our Facebook page for upcoming events that will be going on throughout the week! If you want, maybe even meet the Intern!

Thanks again for taking the time to read through this and I look forward to seeing everyone at the Expo!

Jared Lamle

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