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TMF Wild Bird Newsletter – July-September 2016

TMF Wild Bird Newsletter - July-September 2016
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TMF Wild Bird Newsletter – April – June 2016

TMF Wild Bird Newsletter - April - June 2016

Check out our April 2016 Wild Bird Newsletter below!

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Video Spot for 2016 NCEA!

Video Spot for 2016 NCEA!

Thomas Moore Feed is very excited to be a sponsor for the 2016 National Collegiate Equestrian Association Championships! Check out this one minute video spot for the event!

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April-May 2016 Coupon

April-May 2016 Coupon

Take advantage of our deals for April & May! Click the coupon below for a printable version or visit our Current Coupons page for more savings!

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Video spot for 2016 NRBC!

Video spot for 2016 NRBC!

We are very excited to be a sponsor for the 2016 NRBC! Check out this video spot and make plans to visit with us at this year’s event in Katy, TX April 17-24!

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See Photos from 3/16 Dealer Meeting!

See Photos from 3/16 Dealer Meeting!

We had a great time at our most recent dealer meeting! Here are some photos from the event that we thought we would share!

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Testimonial from Rick Salazar

Testimonial from Rick Salazar

I just acquired a old roping horse about one month ago, he was in bad shape and malnourished. I got him for my niece for riding pleasure. I had no idea of his full potential. I heard of a feed store in Edinburg, Texas called TJ’s Feed

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Congratulations McKenna Castaneda on Placing in Houston!

Congratulations McKenna Castaneda on Placing in Houston!

Congratulations to McKenna Castaneda on her first place win with her Maine-Anjou heifer calf at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Junior Breeding Heifer Show!

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Congratulations McKenna Castaneda!

Congratulations McKenna Castaneda!

Congratulations to McKenna Castaneda on her Reserve Champion Maine-Anjou Heifer Calf at the 2016 San Antonio Livestock Exposition! What an outstanding heifer!

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Read About Lyndsey Broxton & Pistol!

Read About Lyndsey Broxton & Pistol!

  “Hello everyone! My name is Lyndsey Broxton and I live in Jewett, Texas. I am in my rookie year with the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association, member of Cowboys Professional Rodeo Association, member of United Professional Rodeo Association, and also a member of Better Barrel Races. I

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TMF Wild Bird Newsletter

TMF Wild Bird Newsletter

Check out our latest Wild Bird Newsletter below!

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TMF Congratulates Magnum Chic Dream on becoming $3 Million Sire

TMF Congratulates Magnum Chic Dream on becoming $3 Million Sire

Magnum Chic Dream is powered by Thomas Moore horse feed and we couldn’t be prouder of this horse and all his achievements! One for the Ages Magnum Chic Dream has stood the test of time, siring champions for riders of all levels. By Kelsey Pecsek When Viola Scott

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TMF Congratulates Jordan Larson and Steppin On Sparks on BIG Score at 2015 NRHA Derby

TMF Congratulates Jordan Larson and Steppin On Sparks on BIG Score at 2015 NRHA Derby

With yet another horse powered by Thomas Moore Feed we send out a big CONGRATS to Jordan Larson on quickly taking the lead in the NRHA Level 4 Open Derby first section of the first go-round with a smoldering 224.5 aboard Steppin On Sparks. Thomas Moore Feed

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TMF Congratulates Casey Hinton and Chics Loaded Gun on winning USA Open at 2015 NRHA Derby

TMF Congratulates Casey Hinton and Chics Loaded Gun on winning USA Open at 2015 NRHA Derby

The 2015  NRHA Derby was a great event with numerous horses powered by Thomas Moore Feed making it into the winner circle. Congratulations to Casey Hinton of Cedar Ridge Ranch for taking home top honors in the USA Open. Thomas Moore Feed is the feed of choice

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TMF and Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses Congratulates Cade McCutcheon and Custom Made Gun

TMF and Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses Congratulates Cade McCutcheon and Custom Made Gun

Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses proudly feeds Thomas Moore Feed and were greatly pleased when Cade McCutcheon, aboard Custom Made Gun, quickly grasped the lead and went on to win the  NRHA Derby Level 4 Non-Pro with a score of 219, as well as secured the title of Youth Non-Pro Champion.

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Colic in Postpartum Mares

Colic in Postpartum Mares

As Featured on EquiNEWS Powered by Kentucky Equine Research and Nutrition Daily Dehydration, overconsumption of dietary carbohydrates, and abrupt changes in feed or hay type are known to increase the risk of colic in horses. For broodmares, another high-risk time for colic is the period of several hours

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Tooth Problems in Older Horses

Tooth Problems in Older Horses

As Featured on EquiNEWS Powered by Kentucky Equine Research and Nutrition Daily Equine teeth erupt continuously from a horse’s gums throughout its life, but the shape and condition of the teeth change as a horse ages. Because of these factors, older horses may have dental problems not usually

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Stallion Diets Important for Body Condition, Fertility

Stallion Diets Important for Body Condition, Fertility

As Featured on EquiNEWS Powered by Kentucky Equine Research and Nutrition Daily Feeding each stallion as an individual is important. The stallion’s book (number of mares served during the breeding season), age, behavior, body condition, general health, handling routine, and level of free or forced exercise all impact

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First-Calf Cows: High nutrient demand can slow breed-back

First-Calf Cows: High nutrient demand can slow breed-back

By Travis Meteer, University of Illinois Extension First-calf cows (3 year olds) are traditionally the most challenging animal to get bred on the farm. As we approach breeding season, cattlemen need to be aware of this challenge and make sure they do not drop the ball on

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Pregnancy testing options for beef cattle producers

Pregnancy testing options for beef cattle producers

By University of Florida Extension Generally, beef herd pregnancy rates after a 60–120-day breeding season tend to range from 80 to 94 percent. Pregnancy diagnosis identifies the 6–20 percent of open cows in the herd so they can be culled after their calves at side are weaned,

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Increasing income from calves sold at your local livestock market

Increasing income from calves sold at your local livestock market

By Doug Mayo, University of Florida Extension While cattle producers have always worked hard to minimize input costs of their operation, there are also management practices that can increase the income from calves sold at your local livestock market. The weight and quality of calves can make

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Wet pastures and foot rot

Wet pastures and foot rot

By Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist Spring rains have filled the ponds and now the summer grass is ready to start growing vigorously. As the temperatures heat up, cattle will start to congregate around or in the ponds or other standing water. One

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Nutrients Are Essential Heading Into The Spring Calving Season

Nutrients Are Essential Heading Into The Spring Calving Season

Because factors such as cow size, environment and stage of production can change daily, a cow’s nutritional needs are constantly fluctuating.

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Microminerals for Horses: Copper

Microminerals for Horses: Copper

Copper deficiencies may be due to lack of copper intake (primary) or due to interactions with other substances in the ration (secondary).

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Cattle Need Vitamins Too

Cattle Need Vitamins Too

Generally you find vitamins added to mineral supplements and sack feed because they are relatively cheap and make the product more appealing.

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