Maxyield Cooperative

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Maxyield Cooperative
Maxyield Cooperative is listed in the Farm Supplies Retail category in Belmond, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Maxyield Cooperative which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Maxyield Cooperative on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Maxyield Cooperative is:
1304 River Ave S
Belmond, IA 50421
(641) 444-4004

"Maxyield Cooperative" - ZapScore Report

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Maxyield Cooperative has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Maxyield Cooperative has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Belmond, Iowa is 40 and in the Farm Supplies Retail category is 50. Learn more about ZapScore

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"Some fields may simply go unplanted this year if conditions do not change quickly," said @ksetzergrains. Story at: ow.ly/trMR30c2aQQ

"Some fields may simply go unplanted this year if conditions do not change quickly," said Karl Setzer. Story at: http://ow.ly/trMR30c2aQQ
Grain and soybean futures were mixed on Wednesday as traders waited for clarity about U.S. planting activity.


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$10,000 Iowa Lottery prize sold at MaxYield's Whittemore Cenex! ow.ly/Zonv30bWygh

$10,000 Iowa Lottery prize sold at MaxYield's Whittemore Cenex! http://ow.ly/Zonv30bWygh
“I felt lucky,” Demory told lottery employees Tuesday as he claimed his prize at the lottery’s regional office in Mason City.


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MaxYield Cooperative shared ADM Animal Nutrition - Horse Feeds's video.
This is why we carry PRIMEGLO and SENIORGLO horse feeds. Check with the MaxYield feed team. Call Eric @ 641-923-2695
Oats are dangerous. The good news is that horses don’t need oats. ADM Animal Nutrition uses natural plant fats and fibers in its SENIORGLO® and PRIMEGLO® mixes. Fats and fibers are better sources of energy than oats. Better because they are safer, better because they are more calorie dense than oats, and better because there is no “grain high.” With SENIORGLO and PRIMEGLO, your horse has more sustained energy and can focus better on what you ask him to do. Overall, he’s just a nicer horse to be around! Curious about why oats are so dangerous? Your horse can only digest a small quantity of oats at a time. Give him too much and undigested oats find their way into the hindgut, where they disrupt fiber digestion. A variety of equine grain-associated disorders may result, including colic, tying-up, laminitis, founder, insulin resistance, and equine metabolic syndrome. It’s no exaggeration to say that overeating oats can literally kill a horse. So why would anyone continue to feed oats? In a word, tradition. ADM is dedicated to helping you do what’s right for your horse. Learn more about ADM’s Forage First program at ADMequine.com.


Driving Iowa's economy: Truckers on MaxYield's All-Star Team lead by example...from Farm News: ow.ly/Ev1i30bPPkS

Driving Iowa's economy: Truckers on MaxYield's All-Star Team lead by example...from Farm News: http://ow.ly/Ev1i30bPPkS
By Darcy Dougherty Maulsby yettergirl@yahoo.com WEST BEND—If there’s any industry that Americans take for granted, it’s transportation.

Mineral supplementation is critical to your cattle's performance - feed AMPT Mineral this season
she’s seen better health in baby calves and when taking calves to the background lot which is a stressful time for calves. She’s also observed better breeding.....going from 12% open down to 4% open. Healthy cattle gives her peace of mind.