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Mar 25, 2019

Planning for Spring Feed Needs

By Dave Limoges - Feed Sales Manager

“It’s Springtime” and I think we all can agree it is time to say goodbye to winter. As we all know with spring comes mud, so this is a good time to look at your driveways and roadways leading in and around your livestock facilities to determine if you need to consider adding more rock, this will help ensure that your feed trucks and livestock haulers have adequate roadways for making their deliveries and pickups. It’s also that time of year when you need to be thinking about adjusting controller settings in your barns and performing the springtime duties to get your barns ready for the summer months. 

It won’t be long, and it will be time to hit the fields in preparation for another planting season. During this busy time, your Crystal Valley feed team can help lighten your load, we would be happy to meet any of your extra feed needs during this busy time. Please contact your local mill for assistance.

As you know the Crystal Valley feed mills have had several upgrades in the past few years which have improved our efficiencies to help serve our customers even better. If you have not had the opportunity take a tour of any of our mills and would like to please give your salesperson a call to schedule a tour. We have strict biosecurity guidelines and procedures that will need to be followed before and during the tour, but we would be more than happy to show you around.


As the livestock industry grows the need for more facilities becomes apparent, we work with several swine producers who need nurseries, wean to finish and finishing barns. Contracts are available for those with facilities or those who desire to build a facility. If you would like more information and or assistance in a barn project, please contact your local Crystal Valley feed sales representative.


Your Crystal Valley Feed team would like to sincerely THANK all of you our customers for giving us the opportunity to serve you. We appreciate the support and trust you have in our team. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.


Have a safe spring!

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