Restoring Life out in the Fields and Inside the Barn

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Restoring Life out in the Fields and Inside the Barn
Jackpot Probiotics Help Livestock Extract and Utilize Nutrients More Efficiently
 
Escalon, CA- April 8, 2014 – Livestock and horses are often thought of and cared for as extensions of the immediate family on the farm.  In addition to bringing unmeasurable enjoyment, healthy animals can largely determine the success or failure of livestock and agricultural operations. Ranchers must take precautions to help naturally maintain and improve the health of their valuable livestock investments.  WRT (www.wrtag.com) understands the importance of keeping animals in top shape naturally.

WRT consults with ranchers to establish care regimens that revitalize life in the soils and on the farm.  WRT entrusts Bio S.I. Technology’s (www.biositechnology.com) full-line of organic, all-natural, preservative and urea-free, soil-borne microbial products to help restore life the natural way.

Dating back to 2010, the FDA began to recognize the negative side effects of routine antibiotic use on livestock.  The administration initially called for livestock operations to voluntarily reduce their dependence on routine low dose inoculations of entire herds and flocks. Unfortunately, recent studies indicate that livestock antibiotic sales have steadily risen and humans are becoming increasingly antibiotic-resistant to new, more powerful infections.  These startling statistics support the overwhelming need for implementing lasting natural and sustainable alternatives to toxic antibiotic use.

More importantly, studies show that probiotic use in lactating cows’ increases milk production and improves the nutrient density of milk fats and proteins.  Cattlemen have also reported increases in weight gains of over one pound per day.  Improved production translates into higher profits and a more successful farm

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