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Peggy Bach ropes to win! Peggy Bach, wife of Purina Mills national ambassador, Allen Bach, wins the #12 Shootout at the USTRC!  Way to go Peggy!  Watch the video below and ... Walden Mustang Places 6th in Extreme Mustang Makeover Proper training & Purina Ultium Feed propel Mustang and trainer to the finals Untouched by human hands just months ago, 100 wild mustangs were adopted by ... Locating Deer Feeders & Deer Feeding Programs Get the Flash Player to see the wordTube Media Player. var WT6_6 = { params : { wmode : "opaque", allowscriptaccess : "always", allownetworking : "all"}, flashvars : { file : "http%3A%2F%2Fwww.yo ... Smile! Dental Care For Your Pets Do you avoid getting up close and personal with your pet’s breath? That bad breath is certainly unpleasant enough, but your pet could have ... Traveling With Your Pet Traveling with a pet usually involves more than putting the animal in a car and driving off, especially if you will be driving long distances ... Cattle: Maximizing the Use of Home-Grown Forage Home grown forages in the form of pasture, hay and silage can supply much of the nutrients required to product a beef animal, according to ... Fleas and Pets The flea is a hardy insect with a lifespan of six to 12 months. During that time, a pair of fleas could produce millions of offspring. ... Beating the Heat—Caring for Performance Horses In Hot Weather By Karen E. Davison, Ph.D., Manager – Technical Services, Purina Mills, LLC Heat and humidity put an added burden on horses during training, showing and h ... Quick Tips to Help Improve Water Management A shortage of drinking water for your cattle can happen quickly during hot, dry summer months.  Assuring good quality water for your animals also can ... The ‘Tying Up’ Syndrome Image via Wikipedia By Tina Anderson, PhD Equine Specialist, Land O’Lakes, Inc. The term exertional rhabdomyolysis is the scientific description for tying-up, and simple mean ...