We're not just poultry!
For 60 years we've been a family owned and operated business. Our corporate headquarters, main warehouse, and store are located in Goshen, IN. We have branches and sales staff in select locations throughout the Midwest. We're proud to offer a wide variety of animal health and nutritional products. We carry the products you need for not just poultry, but also cattle, swine, horses, sheep, goats, deer and even small animals! From small hobby farms to large scale livestock producers, you'll find what you need at VPSI.
Veterinary and Poultry Supply, Inc. (VPSI) is a family owned and operated company with its corporate headquarters, main warehouse, and store located in Goshen, Indiana. We are a distributor of animal nutrition, equipment, and health care products. We offer a variety of products for not just poultry, but also cattle, swine, horses, sheep, goats, deer, and even small animals! Learn more about us here.
Feeding a quality calf milk replacer offers many benefits to your calves. It can result in higher growth rates among other advantages.
However, to maximize these benefits you need to make sure you are correctly mixing the milk replacer. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your milk replacer.
Producers that fail to remove the net wrap from their round bales could be causing serious problems for themselves and their herd in the future.
Net wrap refers to the wrapping or string that binds hay together. Round bales are commonly fed to cattle and the net wrap that keeps them together comes in different materials.
It doesn't matter what type of wrap is used or whether the hay bales are fed whole or after grinding, many producers leave the wrap on.
The primary concern of every producer is the health of their animals. Cattle producers know that the animal's appetite is an indicator of good health.
Sometimes, maintaining a good appetite in your cattle is easier said than done.
Here are some tips to help you maintain a healthy appetite in your cattle.
At VPSI, we're proud to be able to sponsor the therapy horses at LoveWay. LoveWay is an equine assisted therapy nonprofit in Middlebury, Indiana. The nonprofit is well-known in the community for helping children with disabilities through their therapy classes.
We've featured many of the special horses at LoveWay in the past. This time, we're putting the spotlight on a horse and rider pair: Gus and Suzanne...
Not every horse can become a therapy horse. Some horses that enter the LoveWay program don't end up staying for long. It takes a special kind of horse to be a great equine-assisted therapy horse.
Rupert is one such horse
Could your horse be suffering from painful ulcers? Your horse could have ulcers right now and not show any signs. This guide will tell you the most important things you need to know about ulcers. You'll learn why ulcers are so common in performance horses and how to prevent, manage, and treat them.