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Your farm’s water can contain infectious bacteria, nitrates, heavy metals, or numerous other impurities that will harm animal health. That means lower performance, fewer payable pounds, and smaller profits.
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Dairy Products

Enhancing Digestion, Improving Milk Production

Assist partners with dairy producers to create a complete animal health program. Our solutions focus on correcting issues in the water dairy herds drink that directly impact animal health. Assist’s technology targets the removal of sulfates as well as various heavy metals such as iron and manganese in both well and municipal water sources. Assist also understands the critical need to adjust and monitor pH of the drinking water in order to provide optimal conditions in the gut.

In addition to its focus on drinking water, Assist provides sound probiotic solutions which promote healthy microbial populations in the rumen. This step is critical in “rebalancing” the gut resulting in more efficient fiber digestion, improved milk output, and healthier animals.

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Introducing the Assist Micro Dry-Spray System.  This system uses a proprietary solution of the natural oxidant hypochlorous acid (HOCL) and an antimicrobial solution (AMS). Our technology then converts and dispenses the solution as a non-toxic dry fog filling every cubic inch of enclosed areas to provide surface and air disinfection in confined animal facilities.

Using a proprietary blend of HOCL we can cover 225,000 cubic ft. in approximately 20 minutes, with animals present. Our solution provides a very simple way to kill viruses and bacteria during the grow cycle of animal production.  Micro Dry-Spray Systems operate solely with compressed air and our HOCL solution.


Dairy Products

FSSC 22000

Assist Natural Products and Services LLC

We partner with some of the world’s largest livestock operators to identify problems with the water animals drink, its impact on animal nutrition, and its influence in production environments.


218 Evergreen Dr., Lena, IL USA