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Welcome to Prairie Livestock Supply

Prairie Livestock Supply, Worthington, MN, offers a full range of livestock supplies, nutritional programs, and health and production management consultation. Our experienced sales team and affiliation with the Veterinary Medical Center of Worthington give us the knowledge and contacts to guide you in the right direction. We service what we sell, and offer free delivery to most areas.We specialize in Beef & Dairy, Bovine, Ovine, and Equine care.

Shop on our online store for the latest deals and have your products delivered right to your door!  Be sure to check back often to see advice from our Veterinarians in the Prairie Livestock Supply Healthbeat. 

  


Latest News

27
Mar 2017

Management Tip of the Month: Fly Control by Dan Bakker, Dairy Production Specialist

By Adrian VMC

It may seem early yet but it is time to start thinking about fly control plans for this coming summer. Early control of flies before they are a problem is critical to your program’s success. There are a few things that are key factors to a successful program across all farms: Read More


27
Mar 2017

Ketosis Treatment: Why Am I Giving This Stuff?

By Dr. Sara Barber

Over the past several months, I have been asked many times about ketosis treatments. It is important to understand the basics of what ketosis is and how each part of the treatment works. We don’t have to be fancy when we treat disease, just effective. Read More


27
Mar 2017

Mycoplasma Bovis

By Dr. Erika Nagorske

Our very first VMC Calf School was a great success earlier this month. We had good attendance and I truly enjoyed interacting with producers in a continuing education setting. Read More


16
Feb 2017

Cattlemen to Cattlemen with Dr. Dorcey

By Brian Grimord

Click the link below to watch Dr. Brian Dorcey's feature on NCBA's Cattlemen to Cattlemen episode! Read More


08
Feb 2017

Management Tip of the Month: Calf Raising by Dan Bakker, Dairy Production Specialist

By Adrian VMC

Raising baby calves can be a very rewarding job but it can also be very frustrating. It does not always need to be difficult, however I think every calf raising program has had its challenges at some point. There are many different housing and grouping systems that are successfully raising calves. I believe that the following items are key to having a consistently successful program: Read More