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Latest News                                                        June 19, 2020

Notice:

All of Cuprem products that weigh 50 lbs or more will be changed in weight to 20 kilo (44 lbs), because shipping costs  on packages over 50 lbs has become extremely costly this year.  This will be done over of period of time so look for the new packaging coming soon!

Latest News                                                            June 2, 2020

Can you afford the cost of doing nothing?

This is the season for Hay and Cuprem has two types of water soluble preservatives. They are Microbios Hay Inoculant W/S and Microbios Silage Inoculant W/S.

All are similar in the fact that they help to control the four stages of fermentation that hay, haylage, silage, and high moisture grain go through.  The four stages are aerobic, anaerobic, storage, and feeding.  The aerobic stage is the 1st, and requires microorganisms that live and use oxygen.  The anaerobic stage is 2nd, and requires non-oxygen microorganisms that produce lactic, acetic and butyric acid.  The most desirable is lactic acid.  The storage stage is 3rd, and can last from a few weeks to several years.  Microbial activity is minimal during the storage phase.  The feeding stage is 4th.  This is a period of great concern.  Four to 6 inches of haylage or silage needs to be removed from the entire feeding face each day in order to minimize losses to aerobic deterioration.

Micro-encapsulated microorganisms has two advantages.  It helps during storage and enhances product performance when used.

The ph changes from a high of 7.0 to a low of 3.5 during the 1st 72 hours.  At the same time, temperatures will rise to 104°F within 24 hours,and needs to be back down to 87°F by 72 hours.  Wherein lies the challenge to everyone who manufactures a microbial preservative.

To have enough of the right types of microorganisms so as the ph, temperature, and oxygen changes take place, each type lives in large enough numbers to fulfill its purpose in preserving the hay, haylage, silage, or high moisture grain.

One must always practice sound procedures as if no preservative is going to be used.  Then when a microbial preservative is used, you can expect less shrinkage, less run off, less spoilage, and better feed intake.  This will run on an average of $6.00 return for $1.00 spent.  The exact amount will depend on the price paid for the preserver and the dollar value of the product preserved.

Try our products and let us know how they work for you!  You’re in the business of making money – Cuprem’s in the business of helping you!

Company History

Arwin V. Mulford along with Glen & Gerald Gangwish, started G&M Feeds, Inc. in 1958. The name changed to Cuprem Feeds and soon after to Cuprem, Inc. Arwin was elected President and CEO in November of 1958, the position he still holds today.

As G&M Feeds, Inc. located just 9 miles down the road in Juniata, Nebraska is where our company manufactured livestock feed until 1960. Over time, our company began the shift from a regional feed mill to an international animal health company.

Cuprem, Inc. was one of the 1st in the U.S to manufacture colostrum products for newborns. We have since continued to grow our product line from colostrum and milk replacers to: probiotics for intestinal health, scour aids, microbes for odor digestion, enzymes for feed efficiency, joint products, hay/silage products & much more.

Our goal has always been to make products that improve the health of your livestock but also the bottom line of your operation. We specialize in natural products most of which can be used alongside medication, if need be.

If you’d like to learn more, give us a call, email, or stop by Kenesaw, Nebraska we’ve been here for over 60 years!

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