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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

30
Aug 2016

Salmonella

By Adrian VMC

With the warmer temperatures these last few weeks we have noticed an increase in Salmonella cases on our dairy/dairy calf farms. Here are a few basics to get a better understanding of Salmonella as a whole: Read More


30
Aug 2016

In the Middle of the Night...

By Dr. Sara Barber

This summer we were very fortunate to have two veterinary student interns working
at our clinic. Jackie Martin, a Reading, MN native and second year veterinary
student went to seven farms with trail cameras to record feedbunk activity and
management. Most farms were consistent from day to day. While consistency is
good, what was consistent may not be good. Read More


29
Jul 2016

Colostrum Management

By Adrian VMC

With the warmer temperatures upon us, it is important to remember the importance of proper and timely colostrum management and handling. Read More


28
Jul 2016

Out of the Mouth of Babes

By Dr. Sara Barber

I was on vacation with my family last week and we had two long days of driving to and from our destination. There were two conversations that I had with my kids that were good reminders for life in general and life on the farm. Read More


30
Jun 2016

The Dog Days of Summer

By Dr. Sara Barber

As the temperatures warm up, there are several issues that come up every year that I want to remind everyone of. Read More