NEWS

 

 

TODAY WAS A DAY OF GIVING.

WE LOADED MRF'S TRUCK WITH A PALLET FULL OF SHELF STABLE MILK AND BEEF JERKY STICKS.

WE WERE ABLE TO GIVE OUT 250 BOXES (WHICH EACH BOX IS A TEN PACK TOTALING 2,500 CARTONS OF MILK) PLUS 720 BEEF STICKS TO THE WILLCOX SCHOOL SYSTEMS AND LOCAL FOOD PANTRY.

#DRIVETOFEEDKIDS

Willcox Elementary School

PICTURED IS;

LORI SMITH & PRINCIPAL VALORIE SIMON

Willcox Middle School

PICTURED IS;

PRINCIPAL MIKE PATTERSON

Willcox High School

PICTURED IS;

PRINCIPAL TAMMY HALL

Willcox Food Pantry

PICTURED IS;

NEIL WOODEN

 

INFORMATION

FOR: Breeding Beef Cattle

  • FlaxLic is an all-natural supplement that contains a high level of Alpha-Linolenic Acid (an omega-3 fatty acid). FlaxLic contains 15% fat, which is derived predominantly from flaxseed and edible linseed (flaxseed) oil. FlaxLic is also highly fortified with essentail vitamins and mineral, comes in a 250lb tub.
  • AZ-26% Protein 3% fat; Range Cattle Protein Vitamin Mineral Supplement, comes in a 250lb tub.
  • //smartlic.com/products/flaxlic-25-12/

 


 

FOR: Horses

  • HorsLic Omega Elite is our premium all-natural, low-moisture supplement that delivers essential omega-3 fatty acid benefits 24/7 for horses that need additional nutrition support such as breeding stallions, lactating mares and performance horses. HorsLic Omega Elite works in two ways: delivering optimum nutrients, and providing Omega-3 supplementation. Omega Elite has been veterinarian tested and Approved for mares and stallions by Dr Gregg Veneklasen. It's even recommended by the NCHA Open Futurity Champion and NCHA Horse of the year, Metallic Cat. available in 60lb (with lid), 125lb, 250lb tubs and convenient 40lb flat back bucket!
  • HorsLic Performance is our all-natural, low moisture supplement that delivers essential nutrients and omega-3 fatty acid benefits 24/7 to help maintain horse body condition, hair coat, skin tissue and hoof condition and overall performance. Available in 60lb (withlid), 125lb, 250lb tubs and convenient 40lb flat back buckets!  
  • http;//horslic.com/index.php/products/omega-elite




 

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225 S. Railroad Ave
PO Box 220
Willcox, AZ 85643
 
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Willcox, Arizona (85643)

Current Conditions: Sunny
Temperature: 49°F Dew point: 31°F
Humidity: 50% Pressure: 30.16 in. Hg
Wind: 6 mph From: Southeast

Forecast

Tuesday
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Hi: 75°
Lo: 52°
Wednesday
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Hi: 72°
Lo: 46°
Thursday
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Hi: 75°
Lo: 46°
Friday
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Hi: 74°
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Saturday
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Hi: 72°
Lo: 46°

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Commentary
Wheat Market 2 to 3 Lower on Profit Taking -

Traders have wheat futures 2 to 3 cents per bushel lower than they were going home on Monday. CBOT wheat ended Monday mixed as May was 1 3/4 cents

Soybean Market 1 to 4 Cents Lower -

Soybean futures are trading 1 to 4 cents per bushel lower ahead of this morning’s USDA Grain Stocks and Planting Intentions reports. On Monday,

Corn Market A Penny Lower Ahead of USDA News -

Corn starts with 1 cent per bushel losses in trading overnight. The first trading day of the week ended with 4 to 4 3/4 cent losses for corn

Cattle Futures Mixed Coming to End of Brutal Month -

Some cattle futures months were firmer on Monday. April cattle futures closed $1.75 lower, while the other front months were 35 cents lower to 17

Lean Hogs Down Expanded Limit Yesterday -

Yesterday the expanded limits were reached in the negative for the front month lean hog futures. The CME Lean Hog Index for March 26th was $66.46,

Ag Market Commentary -

Corn starts with 1 cent per bushel losses in trading overnight. The first trading day of the week ended with 4 to 4 3/4 cent losses for corn

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