Welcome to SweetPro
At SweetPro we make a variety of feed supplement products for horses, beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats and other livestock. Our products improve animal digestive health and promote growth, while providing increased feed efficiency of up to 25%. We blend distillers grains, vitamins, minerals and digestive enzymes, with probiotics, prebiotics and our proprietary blend additive ProBiotein. No molasses.
SweetPro products – in blocks and meal – are cost efficient, easy to handle and dramatically improve nutrient utilization, giving animals what they need for growth and good health. Have a look around our site and we're here to answer any questions you have. You can also find SweetPro dealers in your area who will be glad to help. Thank you for visiting our site.
President of SweetPro
Introduction to SweetPro Products on YouTube
Bob Thornberg, founder of SweetPro Feeds explains the advantages and differences between the various SweetPro products. Lick blocks are available for cattle, horses, sheep, goats and other livestock.
SweetPro Announces Distribution in Australia and New Zealand
August 24, 2014
Company President Bob Thornberg announced August 24, 2014 that SweetPro has entered into a distribution agreement with BBI International Australia Pty Ltd. of Queensland, Australia, for distribution of SweetPro, EquiLix and EquiPride products in Australia and New Zealand. View the press release here. BBI International Australia founded by Mike Bryan in 2006 is part of BBI International Inc. USA, a family business owned by Mike and his sons. BBI International has been an integral part of the US ethanol industry for the past 20 years, publishing the Ethanol Producer Magazine, Distillers Grain Quarterly, and numerous other biofuels and biomass publications. BBI International Australia Pty Ltd will have full responsibility for the distribution of SweetPro, EquiLix and EquiPride products and the establishment of dealer networks throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Late-season grazing on cheatgrass: Taking one scientific step at a time. Oregon Cattlemen's Association, July 24, 2014.
Research conducted during 2012 and 2013 in southeastern Oregon by the University of Nevada Reno, Bureau of Land Management, and the Oregon Cattlemen's Association showed how grazing cows on non-native cheatgrass saved money, reduced fuel loads to lessen fire risk and improved cattle condition when SweetPro was used. Instead of two months feeding hay at $66 per head per month, grazing on cheatgrass saved over $50 per head per month. The 2012 test of 300 head using a molasses based supplement cost $10.50 per head per month and had mixed results, with the majority of the cows experiencing slightly decreased body condition scores. The 2013 test of 400 head using SweetPro cost $6.75 per head per month and achieved improved body condition with all cows gaining weight. Click here for the full story.
Bozeman Farms and Ranches, Idalou, Texas – June 30, 2014
Idalou, Texas – The cattle gained up to 4/10ths of a pound more per day using SweetPro blocks with fewer health problems. - watch the video
Come see us at these upcoming shows:
Sunbelt Ag Expo
October 14 - 16, 2014
Angus Means Business
National Convention and Trade Show
KCI Expo Center
Kansas City, Missouri
November 4 - 6, 2014
- more tradeshows
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