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 A Fluid State of Wrongness Nobody likes to be wrong. This is a given, but what is wrong with being wrong? If you think about it, we are pretty much in a fluid state of wrongness. Being wrong is merely the absence of correct information or the acceptance of incorrect information, at the time of […]

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Caring for Cattle During the Winter Months As the seasons change, we think about how to prepare ourselves for the chillier months to come. We are fortunate because, for most of us, it’s as easy as going into storage and taking out our winter apparel… But what’s a cow to do?      Cows are […]

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A Quick Guide to Cattle Feeding From Buckwild Innovations Whether you’re an experienced cattle farmer looking for a refresher or are just getting into the farming business, the process of feeding your cattle properly is key to a successful operation. Be sure to follow our tips for cattle feeding and farming for the best possible […]

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The High Cost of Cheap Goods: Is Low-Cost Farming Equipment Worth It? Farming equipment takes quite the beating over years and years of use. However, it’s a necessary evil; farmers need equipment in order to produce goods to sell to the public or their strategic partners. We naturally have a desire to find equipment and […]

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Are Covered Hay Feeders a Wise Investment? It’s no secret that hay is a crucial part of every farmer’s operation. Without it, cattle farmers wouldn’t have cattle to raise! However, with the varying weather across the United States, hay can be wasted due to rain, snow, heavy winds, ice and more. In addition, as the […]

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Tired of Wasting Hay? Use a Hay Feeder. Cattle farmers know just how expensive feeding hay to cattle can be. Robert Kallenbach, from the Department of Agronomy at University of Missouri, states that hay costs anywhere between $.02 and $.07 per pound of dry matter. Wasting this crucial investment and resource can be a serious […]

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The Benefits of Moving Your Feeding Locations For those not actively involved with livestock farming, rotational grazing is the process of strategically moving livestock to feed in fresh pasture or paddock areas on a rotational cycle. This rotation allows the previously used pasture areas to regenerate and maintain the health of the land and animals. […]

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Buckwild Innovations has first hand experience in owning and operating cattle, equine, goat, and poultry farming operations and second hand experience in just about everything else. We have developed solutions and manufactured custom products which were tested in our own farming operations and others as well with positive results. We are glad to be able to offer our innovative, quality made products to you and we look forward to the opportunity to provide you with products that will improve your farming operation, after all, you work hard and you deserve it.