United Producers, Inc. and Tennessee Farmers Cooperative Announce Comprehensive Vacc-60 Program

Jul 28, 2023


United Producers, Inc. (UPI), the Midwest’s largest livestock marketing cooperative, is excited to announce the launch of its Vacc-60 program in partnership with Tennessee Farmers Cooperative. Vacc-60 is a comprehensive management program designed to increase the farm-gate value of weaned calves. The Vacc-60 program leverages the latest in animal care in order to produce healthy, more profitable cattle.

“We are excited to announce the launch of our Vacc-60 program,” said Bill Tom, executive vice president of livestock marketing. "Our vision for Vacc-60 is to not only help the grower produce healthy, more profitable cattle, but also develop a trusted program that will elevate the marketability of those cattle within the industry.”
The program includes management, animal health, nutrition, marketing, credit, and risk management components designed to enhance the value of weaned calves, while offering multiple options to accommodate producer preferences. These cattle will be offered in a variety of options to the marketplace.

For more information on the Vacc-60 program, including program management and nutrition requirements, visit https://www.ourcoop.com/vacc-60 or contact Tennessee Farmers’ Cooperative Livestock Program Manager Dale Bryson at (615) 202-8997. 
 
 

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