Feed

The regional leader in dairy feed – and more

As a Purina Certified Expert Dealer, Top Ag has proven itself as a top source for quality feed that provides optimal nutrition for your animals, whether you have thousands of cows or a single llama. 

We’re one of the premier dairy facilities in the area, and our three on-staff nutritionists custom build rations to meet the needs of the farm and animals. If we run into questions we can’t answer or an issue we can’t solve, we also have ready access to Ph.D. experts from Purina. 

All our feed originates from our mill at Trenton, and we have two mixers to handle custom rations by mixing commodities, corn, minerals, etc. 

We also offer pellets, supplements, minerals, tubs, blocks and many other nutritional products.

 

Feed

A local partner

When you choose Top Ag for your feed needs, we’ll come to you and consult with you to understand your objectives. We’ll then run feed samples to gain an analysis of your forages. Then, based on your production goals, we’ll tailor a ration based on the quality of forage and your performance needs.

Our service doesn’t end there, however. Depending on your situation, we may do weekly farm calls, check forage bins, and just see how things are going. We will recommend ration changes according to weather/season, lactation stage and any changes in forage. 

Feed

Delivery and pricing

When you’re ready for a feed delivery, you can order through your Top Ag feed representative, or simply call in to the office and place your order. If you need the delivery that day, please try to get the order in before noon.

We purchase in commodities by the semi-load to keep prices competitive and maintain profitability for the farmers we serve. Our investment in Purina and Land O’Lakes is also important in maintaining quality at a competitive price. 

Feed Service Details

We offer forward contracting for price competitiveness.
We have five delivery trucks ranging from 12 to 25 tons. 
If you’d like to use your own corn, we do offer a grain bank.

Dairy News

DTN Early Word Grains 10/23 06:00

10/23/2020 - 06:33:00

DTN Early Word Grains         10/23 06:00
   Grains Closing Week Higher

   December corn is up 1 3/4 cents per bushel, November soybeans are up 3/4
cent, and December KC wheat is up 7 cents.

Tregg Cronin
DTN Contributing Analyst

   Pre-6 a.m. Globex Prices: December corn is up 1 3/4 cents per bushel,
November soybeans are up 3/4 cent, and December KC wheat is up 7 cents.

   CME Globex Recap: Global equities were stronger overnight with U.S. futures
also staring at a higher open Friday morning. House Speaker Pelosi and Treasury
Secretary Mnuchin continued their stimulus-package talks Thursday with Speaker
Pelosi saying they're "just about there." There is still uncertainty that
Senate Majority Leader McConnel would allow a vote on a stimulus bill before
the presidential elections, especially if he tries to get Supreme Court justice
nominee Amy Coney Barrett approved on the Senate floor. The energy markets were
stronger overnight, although natural gas is down over 2.0%. Grains were
stronger overnight with gains being led by Kansas City and Chicago wheat after
a couple day breather midweek. Corn futures are making new highs daily while
soybean futures rest just below contract highs. There still does not seem to be
a compelling enough reason to get sideways with the trend, and the trend
remains up in the ag space.

   OUTSIDE MARKETS:

   Previous closes on Thursday showed the Dow Jones Industrial Average up
152.84 at 28,363.66 and the S&P 500 up 17.93 at 3,435.56 while the 10-year
Treasury yield ended at 0.848%. Early Friday, the December DJIA futures are up
94 points. Asian markets are mixed with Japan's Nikkei 225 up 42.32 (0.18%) and
China's Shanghai Composite down 34.5 points (1.04%). European markets are
higher with London's FTSE 100 up 85.43 points (1.48%), Germany's DAX up 130.01
points (1.04%) and France's CAC 40 down 65.82 points (1.36%). The December euro
is up 0.002 at 1.190 and the December U.S. Dollar Index is down 0.234 at
92.730. The December 30-year T-Bond is down 10/32nds, while December gold is up
$7.90 at $1,912.50 and December crude oil is up $0.23 at $40.87. Soybeans on
China's Dalian Exchange were up 0.32% while soybean meal was down 0.49%.
Goats/Equine

Purina quality

We proudly offer Purina bagged feed for equine and goats, and we can supply it from a Top Ag location closest to you.

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Show Feeds

The winning combination

Top Ag and Purina are your partner for your prized animals. We’re proud to offer Purina Honor® Show Chow® feed, which is specially formulated for the needs of these special animals.

For more information: 

 Purina Show Feeds

Feed Team