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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

31
Jul 2015

Are You Using Your Time Wisely?

By Dr. Amber Hazel

I have had many producers tell me there’s not enough time in the day. I would totally appreciate where they are coming from! I as well struggle with getting enough done. In fact, I am flirting with the deadline on this article as I write it today! Read More


31
Jul 2015

Hablas espanol?

By Dr. Sara Barber

Do you speak Spanish? Even if you say no, I am sure you have learned a few words over the last decade as
many farm workers speak Spanish as their first language. It can be difficult to communicate basic instructions
much less trying to explain why those procedures are important to the health and well-being of the animals on
the farm. Read More


29
Jun 2015

A Salmonella Summer

By Dr. Amber Hazel

On the dairy and calf ranch, this is the time of year where we see an uptick in Salmonella cases, primarily in calves that are comingled coming from dairies and end up at the calf ranch. Salmonella dublin is like other Salmonella strains – they are fecal oral and capitalize on fecal shedding into the environment from carriers in the cow herd. Unfortunately, these carriers heavily shed right when both mom and calf are most susceptible – when mom has just calved and immunosuppressed. This means that if you have a history of Salmonella on the dairy, it’s most likely to be shed into your calving pen or fresh pen. It can also commonly be found as a contaminant of colostrum. This propagates the disease onto the calf who carries it into the young calf pen on the dairy or into the calf ranch. Salmonella dublin is unique to calves in that it can cause very severe disease, high fevers, and depression greater than other strains.  Read More


29
Jun 2015

Enjoy The Journey

By Dr. Sara Barber

I am a list maker. I love the feeling of checking something off my list and never worrying about it again. Things such as laundry drive me crazy. Just when I check it off my list, there is another dirty sock and guess what is back on my list, laundry.  Read More


19
May 2015

Reproduction Review

By Dr. Sara Barber

A consistent reproduction program does not happen by accident. The most successful farms have reproductive management as part of the daily routine and monitor performance often. Reproduction, without a doubt, drives dairy farms’ efficiency and profitability.  Read More