compared to the massive impending increase in corn-based feed prices, Cascade Cattle and Sheep’s position as a budget-friendly, high-impact livestock feed remains strong. Now more than ever, cattle and sheep farmers in the Pacific Northwest should be making Cascade Cattle and Sheep an integral part of their 2021 feeding plan.
Jess Ropp (Ropp Family Farm) feeding his short-horns. By Brantbury Studio. Cattle farmers and ranchers use different strategies to net profits from their herds. While dairy farmers focus on maximizing milk production, ranchers focus on maximizing the quantity and quality of meat production. To gain the best return on their investments, farmers and ranchers need to
Cascade Feed produces the Pacific Northwest’s best value livestock feed. But how does we do it? Cascade Feed produces Cascade Cattle and Sheep by blending corn distillers and grass seed screenings into one seriously power-packed pellet. Only Two Ingredients – Corn Distillers and Grass Seed Screenings Every year, midwestern farmers grow corn like the government