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Priority One


Does anyone know anything good or bad about Priority One feed additives? The start up cost is about $[sign in to see URL] per cow for the first month, and then half that from there on out. Sticker shock really sticks out.

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I tried it and didn't really seem better than any other product on the market. Right now I am feeding microbes from bio vet, all their info say that it better and is alot cheaper
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we are feeding micocell. works out at [sign in to see URL] what`s everyone else feeding.
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Re: Priority One


We feed Performance Microbials to our show cows, fresh cows, and older cows/flush cows. We're really happy since starting the program about 16 months ago, and feel the cost justifies itself.
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we tried performance in our grain mix for 6 months which cost a lot but didnt seem to make any difference at all.I had used the performance callf starter for years but began to feel it wasnt doing much.I have since changed my calves over to farmer pecks and they are doing better [sign in to see URL] given a free tube of the priority one paste and found it to be outstanding.(had 3 calves Im sure wouldve died without it - 2 had lost the lining of their gut competely)
Just went to a talk given by richard breunig which was interesting .Has anyone tried the full program?
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have never tried Priority One. I did try some other Rumen Yeast product and saw a increase in feed effeciency and a slight increase in milk production.
I . have seen a bigger impact from replacing the ordinary selenium and minerals in the mix to all organic minerals. There is a increased cost with organic selenium but I think it will more then pay for it as I have seen much stronger heats, fewer cysts, and more clear mucus at the time of service.
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did the priority one program over winter and havent continued now that the corn silage is over because of its inability to survive in a hot steel grain silo over [sign in to see URL] report no change from before during and after in terms of milk yield or [sign in to see URL] boss has come home with information on diamond v now !
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Re: Priority One


I keep hearing that Priority One is a "hit or miss" product line. I myself have never tried but i know two prestigious farmers that faithfully use the "P-One" program in Rosedale Genetics and Krull Farms. My thinking is feed quality plays the big role if it will work or be a bust.I keep hearing and seeing in testimonials about farmers who tried getting off P-One but end up getting back on [sign in to see URL] are people getting off of it in the first place if it offers consistency and a supposedly cheaper ration?
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