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.
Fall is here and that means it's time for pumpkin-everything. 🎃
But what do you do with your pumpkins once the season is over? If you throw them out your pets could be missing out on a tasty snack.
For livestock, pumpkins can even stand in as an additional feed source.
Mosquito season is here. We've had a wet spring and mosquitoes are thriving. And these pests are more than annoying.
They're a threat to farms everywhere. They carry disease. They annoy animals. They even affect your livestock operation's bottom line.
In this article, you'll learn about mosquitoes, the harm they cause, and ways to control them on your farm.
Many of us in the United States are bracing ourselves for record cold temperatures this week.
Small animal owners are warned to keep their pets indoors during subzero temperatures, but severe wind and cold present different challenges for livestock owners. You can't fit your cattle or horses in the living room to hang out on the couch and wait out the winter storm with you.
It's spring and that means April showers are here. It's warming up outside and the horses are out enjoying the break from the long winter.
It might feel nice out, but spring weather is ideal for a pesky skin condition called rain rot. Standing out in the rain is one of the most common ways for a horse to get rain rot, but it's not the only way.
At VPSI, we're proud to be able to sponsor the LoveWay horses. LoveWay is a non-profit organization that offers equine-assisted therapy in Middlebury, IN.
Horses that fit perfectly into the program are a rare find. Even great therapy horses take some time to adjust to their new life as a LoveWay horse.
That's why Miracle is so special. He's one of the few horses that entered the program and was ready to go from day one.