All-Purpose Feeds

Meeting the Needs of Your Barn

Meet the unique needs of all the animals on your farm by feeding them nutritional, balanced diets. MKC's all-purpose feeds are designed to be fed in rations or as a complete feed for multiple species. From cattle on pasture to the birds on the pond, MKC has a feed or additive formulated to provide for their nutritional needs. Contact our feed specialists to learn more! 

What We Offer


MKC Whole Corn
Uncleaned whole corn; can be used for multiple species
MKC Cracked Corn
Uncleaned rolled/crimped corn; can be used for multiple species
MKC Whole Milo/Grain Sorghum
Uncleaned whole milo; can be used for multiple species
MKC Crimped Milo/Grain Sorghum
Uncleaned rolled/crimped milo; can be used for multiple species
MKC Whole Oats
Uncleaned whole oats; can be used for multiple species
Calf Manna
Performance supplement pellets for all life stages of multiple species
Cotton Seed Hulls
Used in feed rations of multiple species
Cotton Seed Meal
Used in feed rations of multiple species
Crossroad All Stock CRS Sweet 12
Formulated for the maintenance of multiple species
Dehydrated Alfalfa Pellets
17% dehydrated alfalfa pellets for multiple species
Diatomaceous Earth
All natural feed additive; anti-caking agent
Dried Mor-M-Lass
A source of energy and palatability aid for all species of livestock
Ground Whole Flaxseed
Can be used in multiple species
Hydrated Lime
High calcium hydrated lime; can be used in feed rations or gardens
MaxE Glo Rice Bran Supplement
Provides natural Vitamin E and other antioxidants
Steam Rolled Oats (Oat Groats)
Whole grain, steam flaked; can be used in multiple species
Soybean Meal
47% dehulled soybean meal, solvent extracted
Soybean Meal High Fat
Extruded whole soybean meal
Sugar Beet Pulp Shreds
Can be ordered with or without molasses
Sodium Bentonite
Used as anti-caking agent in feeds for multiple species
Sodium Bicarbonate
Granular powder used as rumen buffer
White Millet
Whole millet seed used in multiple species

Feed Additives

Dicalcium Phosphate
A source of supplemental calcium and phosphorus for animals
Feed Grade Urea
Used in feed rations; do not feed to horses
IntelliBond C 58%
Used in rations needing copper; do not feed to sheep
Feed grade monohydrochloride
Magnesium Oxide
Feed grade magnesium oxide for use in feed rations
KSU Swine Vitamin Premix with Phytase
Granular-vitamin mix for use in hog rations
KSU Swine Trace Mineral Premix
Granular-trace mineral mix for use in hog rations
Potassium Chloride
Feed grade potassium chloride for use in feed rations
Thiamine 10
Granular for use in feed rations

Bird Seed

Bird Seed Nyjer Thistle Seed
Whole Nyjer Thistle seed, formulated for birds
Bird Seed Wild Bird Mix
Whole seeds mix formulated for birds
Black Oil Sunflower Seed
Can be used in feed rations for multiple species
Safflower Bird Seed
Can be used for wildlife and other species
Sunflower Hearts Birdseed
Sunflower chips and pieces for wildlife and other species

Around the Barn

Cowboy Pine Shavings
Fine wood shavings, expand to cover 8 cubic feet
Sun Coast Large Pine Shavings
Large bedding flake, expand to cover 10 cubic feet
Sure Soft Water Softener Salt
100% natural pellets plus resin clean to maintain softener performance


Using Lysine in Cattle Feed

Lysine is one of the first two limiting amino acids in a lactating cow's diet. When cows have adequate lysine in the diet, milk production, components and cow health are more fully supported. 

Strategies to Cut Cattle Feed Cost

Cattle feed cost remains the single largest expense in the cow/calf sector. In fact, cattle feed cost accounts for 50% of total operation costs and plays a key role in determining profitability. 

Don't Overlook Livestock Water Quality

The number one problem with your herd's drinking water, other than not having enough, may be the content of dissolved solids - any minerals, salts, metals, cations or anions dissolved in water. 

Sow Gestation vs Lactation Rations

Sows require significantly different nutrients in gestation and lactation. Depending upon stage, consumption per sow varies from four pounds per day to more than 20 pounds per day. That said - when should additional nutrients be fed and through which feed ingredients?

Three Tips to Maximize Meat Goat Rate of Gain

Raising meat goats calls for a sharp pencil when it comes to feed costs since they nearly always account for the largest share of expenses. Balancing feed quality to maximize weight gain is vital to amplify your nutrition investment and bring home more profit. 

What are organic trace minerals for cattle?

Trace minerals are required for cattle for a variety of functions, including immunity, reproduction, growth and digestion. Trace minerals are found from both organic and inorganic sources, and include zinc, manganese, copper and cobalt.