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Life Products Company to be Featured in Upcoming Episode of American Farmer, Produced by DMG Productions
Date:1/3/2013

Norfolk, NE (PRWEB) January 03, 2013

Life Products announced today that they will be featured in an upcoming episode of American Farmer.

Life Products, founded in 1971 by Charles Watson is a world-leading supplier of probiotics for livestock and poultry, and is dedicated to helping improve animal health and reduce stress.

Life Products stands by their goal to help milk and livestock producers attain the highest level of production at the lowest possible cost. The Company's commitment is to develop, manufacture, and distribute quality crop additives, livestock supplements, and animal health products based on dairy and livestock producer needs.

Scott Watson, President of the company and son of founder Charles Watson said that “Life Products and our staff are very excited about this opportunity to communicate to the public the significance and importance of utilizing the latest in biotechnologies. Bacteria are essential to life and have been utilized throughout history to benefit mankind. Life products have taken bacteria technologies to the next level utilizing specifically selected bacteria for the superior preservation of feedstuffs. Feeding beneficial bacteria to livestock provides benefits of helping protect animals from pathogenic bacteria and aids in feed digestion allowing the animal to achieve superior levels of health and productivity. These technologies are not only important for profitability in livestock production but also in terms of animal welfare.”

This particular episode of American Farmer will showcase Life Products and their recently developed DFM applicator delivery system, which enables user-friendly application with accurate delivery to the feeding system. In addition to a number of other features, the DFM will also include a calibration capability for inventory accountability as well as feed capacity.

“The American Farmer team is truly excited to feature Life
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