Don't educate your children to be rich, educate them to be happy so they will know the value of things, not the price.

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We all want to care for our animals to the best of our ability, and this must begin with nutrition. However, the best intentions often require a bit of the green stuff, and I'm not referring to my favorite green stuff - herbs. Before I buy something, I really like to know what I'm getting myself into - it looks good now, but where will I be in a month or a year. Well, we are here to help!

Click on the chart below for a detailed analysis of what you pay for and what that exactly means for your farm, animal by animal. So, the next time you dip your scoop into your animal's green goodness, you'll know the goodness that was in the green you scooped out!

Herbal Nutrition for Laying & Breeding Poultry

Herbal Nutrition for Ruminants

Herbal Nutrition for Swine

Herbal Nutrition for Equines