Water is a crucial element of life. We sometimes spend hundreds and even thousands of dollars to ensure we have clean pure water for our family.
But what about our livestock? How clean is the water you provide for your animals?
I’ve been guilty of looking into a water trough and thinking, “Wow, that might need a good cleaning!”
Livestock will constantly drop bits of feed and dirt into the water trough when getting a drink. If it’s left unattended, then it’s not long before you’ll have some sort of anaerobic bacteria growing in the water.
This spells trouble for livestock. A good question to ask is: Would I drink out of that?
One of the major battles in keeping any type of farm animal healthy and growing is managing the “bad bacteria” levels in the…This post was originally published on this site