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 Frank Hinton & Son
591 Plummers Landing Rd.
Plummers Landing, KY

Fleming County Farm Supply
1724 Maysville Rd.
Flemingsburg, KY

Jabetown Mill
99 Ewing Rd.
Ewing, KY

May’s Lick Mill
6538 US Hwy. 68
May’s Lick, KY

Hinton Mills Cynthiana
332 Lincoln Ave.
Cynthiana, KY

Visit us for all your farm supply needs. We’re open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Hinton Mills offers highest quality custom-mixed feed, seed, fertilizers, crop services, animal health items, fencing material, livestock handling equipment and automatic livestock watering fountains. We also stock lawn, garden and crop protectants, and organic products.

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For Farmers With Spring Calving Cattle; February is the Most Important Month to Improve Next Spring’s Calf Crop

Bud Hinton, Hinton Mills President It may seem too soon to worry about next year's calving season, with this year's calf crop just hitting the ground. Take note: actions you take in February will help determine how many of your cows will successfully rebreed and carry...

Do the Math: How Improved Seed Varieties Make You More Profit

When you purchase seed, the lowest priced option isn't always the best choice. Let's work through an example using Triple Trust Brand Red Clover versus common medium red clover. It's reasonable to expect that the Triple Trust 350 may cost you an extra $10/acre to...

Shorten Calving Window With Matchmaker Cubes

Sam White Manager, Jabetown Mill If you’d like to improve your cattle’s pregnancy rate and tighten your calving interval, consider feeding Matchmaker Cubes. They contain MGA, which suppresses heat. You feed two pounds of cubes per head per day for seven days, then...

Fly Control with Tags

Ronald Lawrence Manager, May's Lick Mill Keeping the flies off your cattle helps prevent pinkeye, keeps your cows in better body condition, and helps your calves gain weight faster. Fly tags are one of the most economical ways to help with fly control, and around May...

Interested in a Priefert Cattle Chute?

Here's a really good video from Priefert about their popular S04 model. *Please note that in the very beginning and end of this video, he mentions a few models of chutes that are no longer made. The rest of the information is correct. Back to Cattle Health Days Sale...

Choosing the Right Waterer

Nathan Hinton Hinton Mills Vice President Fresh water is essential to the health of your herd. It may be the cheapest and most important thing you provide your animals. Livestock that drink plenty of clean, fresh water are less susceptible to illness or disease, have...

Triple Trust 350 Brand Red Clover

Superior yields Outstanding Persistance Rapid Regrowth Excellent Cold Tolerance Strong Disease Resistance High Forage Quality With increased research and development, there has never been a better time to use red clover. Triple Trust 350 Brand Red Clover consists of...

High Mag Mineral – Why & How

Grass tetany is a highly fatal disease in cattle associated with low levels of magnesium in the blood. Rapidly growing cool season grasses will often not have enough available magnesium to support a cow’s needs. Grass tetany is more prevalent in cool springs or after...

Get Better Feed Efficiency with Rumensin Mineral

Getting the most out of every ounce of your forage is critical. Improved feed efficiency is key to effectively utilizing the forage resources in your beef operation, and Rumensin can be a valuable tool for achieving that efficiency. Rumensin supplementation has been...

Identify and Control the Most Economically Important Parasite in Today’s Beef Herds

Ostertagia ostertagi — also known as the brown stomach worm — is the most economically important parasite in cattle. An infection can reduce weight gain by up to 20 pounds per calf, and is estimated to cost the U.S. cattle industry $2 billion per year due to lost...


Rescheduled for May 18th!

Zoom Meeting: Updates for Beef Producers

Tuesday, May 18, 2021  |  7:00-8:00 p.m. EDT

Please join us Tuesday, May 18th at 7:00 p.m. for a Zoom meeting with Ky. Deputy State Vet Dr. Alex Hagan, Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Livestock and Environmental Field Specialist Renee Carrico, and the Kentucky Beef Council’s Alison  Smith. All three will share important updates and information you should know as a beef producer, from farm to fork.

Dr. Alex Hagan – Having a Secure Beef Supply Plan

Renee Carrico – Policy updates from Washington DC, state information about meat processing, upcoming Pro-Meat Campaign

Alison Smith – Kentucky Beef Council’s role in promoting Kentucky Beef


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