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1 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® PP1-8 a Self Regulated Individual Minerals

2 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® William A. Albrecht, PhD Dr. Wm. Albrecht has been widely acclaimed as the Father of Modern Soil Science. In the 1940’s, his research at the University of Missouri investigated the relationship between soil minerals and animal health. He established the concept that it takes healthy soil to have healthy plants, and healthy plants to have healthy animals. PP1-8 b

3 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® One of Dr. Albrecht’s favorite bits of advice was “Observe nature and study books, if they do not agree, throw away the books.” Good advice … even today! Dr. Albrecht’s view of the relationship between minerals in the soils and in animals is displayed in the next slide. PP1-8 c

4 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Mineral Wheel Based on research by several investigators, these mineral interrelationships have been well established. Mineral Interrelationships in Animals PP1-8 d The arrows indicate the relationship between the minerals. If a mineral has an arrow pointing to another mineral, it indicates that mineral is a requirement for absorption. How to Interpret the Mineral Wheel

5 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Talbot-Carlson, Inc. A pioneer in the industry In 1957, using Dr. Albrecht’s findings, Tully Talbot started TCI and developed a free choice mineral feeding system for livestock. TCI PP1-8 e

6 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® His first application was for Horses. One instance that illustrates the advantage is an Appaloosa gelding that participated in a two thousand mile endurance race. The horse covered fifty miles per day and never missed a day. He was the only one that achieved this accomplishment in that particular race. This horse was on the free-choice minerals the entire trip, allowing him to adjust his Cation/Anion balance, and balance his nutritional needs to maintain his workload with different grasses and water every day. PP1-8 f

7 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® This technology was then successfully adapted to beef, dairy, horse, sheep and goats. PP1-8 g

8 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® IDM After Tully Talbot passed away, the company was dissolved. A few years later, Bill Johnson, the General Manager of the old TCI company, resurrected the concept of individual free choice minerals and continued to develop and refine the technology under the logo of IDM. InDividual Minerals PP1-8 h Bill Johnson

9 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® IDM was very successful in introducing this concept to mega-dairies in California. These dairies were fed truck-farm processing waste; for instance, tomato rinds would be fed in the morning and carrot tops in the afternoon. With the free choice system, he was able to maintain a rolling herd average of 70 to 100 lbs. of milk. PP1-8 i

10 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® In 1988, Helfter Enterprises, Inc., dba Advanced Biological Concepts®, started manufacturing the product line for IDM. Eventually, Bill Johnson retired and Advanced Biological Concepts® purchased IDM. PP1-8 j

11 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Advanced Biological Concepts® compiled a computer database which included water analysis, feed, and various environmental data from its customer base. This data quickly revealed that water had a tremendous affect on the consumption of free choice minerals. It became obvious that water has to be classified as a premier nutrient and must be considered as a major component in the ration. PP1-8 k

12 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Water stands alone as the most important nutrient. For every 1 lb. of dry matter, 3 lbs. of water should be consumed. PP1-8 l Milk is 87% Water

13 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Water is to a feed ration, what soil is to a fertilizer program. No one would consider formulating a soil amendment (fertilizer) program without a soil test. Why would anyone formulate a ration without a water test? All water is not the same! PP1-8 m

14 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.®PP1-8 n

15 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® It allows the animal to balance nutritional minerals and trace minerals It allows the animal to balance the Cation/Anion charge in feed It allows the animal to balance the Cation/Anion charge in water Feeding Individual Minerals has Effects on Many Levels. PP1-8 0

16 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Over the last two years, research has been on-going in the development and perfection of a free-choice or a force fed Cation/Anion formulation, marketed as C/A Fortifier®, C/A Fortifier®, provides a concentrated source of available charges for the animal to adjust their Cationic balance. It is critical to animal health to have a cationic balance. Cationic Charges PP1-8 p

17 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® If a dairy cow has a 10% Cation/Anion imbalance, that results in a 10% production decrease. Cation/Anion Imbalance What does it mean to your bottom line? PP1-8 q Only 90% of the genetic potential is realized.

18 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Over the years, the data revealed that in addition to water and feedstuffs, there are other influences that affect the health and consumption of minerals. These things were identified as: Environmental Influences on Cationic Charges High Voltage Transmission Power Lines Ley Lines Underground Gas Lines Underground Streams Stray Voltage Electromagnetic Fields PP1-8 r

19 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Factors Affecting Cationic Charges on Feedstuffs Hammermilling of Feedstuffs Mechanical Drying Storage in Electromagnetic Fields Environmental Heat Augers or Mixers Rotating in the wrong Direction (Improper Vortex) GMO Feedstuffs PP1-8 s

20 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Factors Affecting Cationic Charges on Water Pumping Storage and Plumbing Contamination Passing Water Near or Through Electromagnetic Fields Bacterial Contamination Plastic or Galvanized Tanks (Zinc?) Natural Geologic Events like Earthquakes Chlorine PP1-8 t

21 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Cationic Charge Water is a conductor in the body and is a vehicle through which the body communicates and transfers nutrients. Cationic balance of the water is critical for full genetic potential, and each stage of life has a different cationic charge. For example, the ideal Cation/Anion difference in the lactating dairy cow is mE (milliequivalents) and -12 to -8 for prefresh cows. PP1-8 u

22 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Advanced Biological Concepts® has developed a spreadsheet from our database and experience that addresses the genetic nutritional requirements for dairy herds. Our Goal: To maximize the use of on-farm feedstuffs and minimize purchasing of commodities. PP1-8 v

23 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® April 14, 2008 % Protein Total Ration % Lbs. Milk per day 52 lbs. Lbs. DM fed lbs. Additional Products being used Agri-King Mineral 150# Redmond Salt 74# Vitamin E 24# Selplex Selenium 80# Magnesium Oxide 150# Sodium Bicarbonate 260# XP-4 106# Dical Phosphate 333# PP1-8 w

24 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® May 30, 2008 % Protein Total Ration 10.68% Lbs. Milk per day 62 lbs. Lbs. DM fed 45.8 lbs. Eliminated 8 Supplements & Pre-mixes at a savings of $3.53 per cow per day. PP1-8 x Protein saving of $5.00 per cow per day.

25 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® What does this Spreadsheet do? It provides a format to adjust 7 key areas: 1.Calories 2.Proteins 3.Fiber 4.Minerals 5.Vitamins 6.Cation/Anion Balance 7.Management Protocol PP1-8 y

26 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® How to get started: Water sample from where animals drink Current Nutritional Ration & Inputs Information on herd health & production Homegrown feedstuffs available Feedstuffs available for purchase PP1-8 z Number of Head Cow Weight Production Groups Tie Stall Parlor Grazers TMR Housing Environmental Issues

27 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® When herds have adequate time to adjust, benefits are: An improvement in fertility Lower somatic cell count Continuous improvements in health and production to meet genetic potential PP1-8 aa

28 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.®PP1-8 bb

29 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.®PP1-8 cc D.U.A.™ DAIRY COWS: LACTATING COWS: Top Dress ½ Ounce / Head / Day DRY COWS: Add 2 Pounds Per Ton of Grain CALVES: Add 5 Pounds Per Ton of Complete Feed BEEF CATTLE: Top Dress ¼ Ounce / Head / Day Add 2 Pounds Per Ton Of Grain Receiving: Top Dress ½ Ounce Per Head Per Day for 14 Days POULTRY: SILAGE: Add 2 Pounds Per Ton Complete Feed Add 2 Pounds Per Ton of Corn Add 4 Pounds to Starter Rations Silage or Haylage SWINE ADD 3 Pounds Per Ton Of COMPLETE FINISHING Rations ADD 5 Pounds Per Ton Of COMPLETE GROWER and LACTATION Rations ADD 7 Pounds Per Ton Of COMPLETE STARTER and GESTATION Rations

30 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® D.U.A. ™ Digestion Utilization Absorption PP1-8 dd D.U.A. ™ enhances the value of your homegrown feedstuffs Reduces the need for supplemental Protein Reduces total supplemental Mineral consumption Increases Natural Vitamins utilization

31 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.®PP1-8 ee D.U.A.™

32 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Fiber Digestion Cell Wall  Minerals  Sugars (Carbon)  Protein Cell Contents  Amino Acids  Sugars  Starch DUA at work PP1-8 ff

33 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® ABC Team Dr. Richard Holliday Senior Veterinary Consultant PP1-3 gg Gordy Jordahl Water Physiologist Kendra Helfter Research, Formulator, Customer Service Jim Helfter CEO 35 Years Experience Antibiotic & Hormone Free Livestock Nutrition Susan Beal, DVM Natural Healthcare for All Livestock Bill Roberts 754 Partner

34 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® June 13, 1933 – October 19, 2008 PP1-8 hh Dedicated to Bill Johnson

35 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Lowers High ph in Water Lowers High Nitrates in Water Addresses Water Retension in the Body Offsets Negative Effect of Bicarbonates in Water Feed Additive that Addresses Water Problems Water Enhancer PP1-8 ii

36 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Forage Optimization for Greater Profitability FORMULA 754 ORG PP1-8 jj

37 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Formula 754 Org Label PP1-8 kk

38 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Increase in Milk Production Results of 754 Organic PP1-8 ll 6.08 Pounds Increase of Milk per Cow Average

39 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Increase of Milk Protein Results of 754 Organic PP1-8 mm Milk Protein Increased 1 Point 3.28 to 3.4

40 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Milk Fat Profile Results of 754 Organic PP1-8 nn -20º F wk 4.5 (Cows fed outside) Butterfat Increased ½ Point

41 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Somatic Cell Count Results of 754 Organic PP1-8 oo -20º F Dropped 100,000

42 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® FORMULA 754 ORG – 754ORGBAG 2 oz. Per head per day 6.08 LBS Increase of Milk per Cow Average Milk Protein Increased 1 Point (3.28 to 3.4) Somatic Cell Count Dropped 100,000 3 LBS Reduced Dry Matter intake Self Regulated Individual Mineral Usage Dropped 3 % Winning Combination & Self Regulated Individual Minerals Formula 754 Org Results of 754 Organic PP1-8 pp Test Herd #4213 – 105 Cows Northern MN – Middle of Nov – Jan Butterfat Increased ½ Point

43 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Formula 754 Org Increased premiums (Protein, BF & SCC) $10.50 Increased milk production $43.65 Savings from decreased feed consumption $10.80 Savings from decreased Self Regulated Individual Minerals consumption $0.34 Grand total return on investment $65.28 Cost of Formula 754 ($14.25) $51.03 Total Profit per cow per month Organic Herd Cost Benefit Analysis (per cow per month ) = $1.70 per cow per day PROFIT PP1-8 qq

44 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Increased premiums (Protein, BF & SCC) $10.50 Increased milk production $30.60 Savings from decreased feed consumption $10.80 Savings from decreased Self Regulated Individual Minerals consumption $0.34 Grand total return on investment $52.24 Cost of Formula 754 ($14.25) $37.99 Total Profit per cow per month = $1.27 per cow per day PROFIT Formula 754 Org Conventional Herd Cost Benefit Analysis (per cow per month ) PP1-8 rr

45 All images and content Copyright© by Helfter Feeds, Inc.® Joint Effort by the Following Partners MM 754 Org Partnership 301 Main Street - Osco IL PP1-8 ss


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