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Holiday hours

It's that time of year... Please check our holiday hours before sending trucks to pickup orders. Here's our schedule for the upcoming months:

Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving)  - CLOSED, all facilities

Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve) - loading feed lime only until noon at Gilmore City. All other facilities CLOSED.

Dec. 25 (Christmas) - CLOSED, all facilities

Dec. 31 (New Year's eve)
 - loading feed lime only until 3 p.m. at Gilmore City. All other facilities CLOSED.

Jan. 1 (New Year's day) - CLOSED, all facilities.

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Movember Update - World's Saddest Mustache!

 I was asked yesterday by a customer who the Movember mustache is coming. 

Yes, I even tried eating raw onion! So with a little over a week to go I won't be winning any prizes but it has been a lot of fun and I have had many discussions with lots of people who were unaware that prostate cancer is the number one cancer amoung men and farmers have a higher raate than the rest of the population.

It's still not to late to get help!

Visit our public MO Spacejoin our team and make a donation!
 
Learn more about where the money goes and how its used
 
Upload your mug to win prizes from the Calcium Products team!
Post your before and after pictures of your mustache to show your support for prostate cancer on our Facebook page. The best mustache, as voted by most likes, will win some sweet Calcium Product swag and a donation will be made in their name tohttp://us.movember.comWe look forward to seeing your mustache!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Yield Starts Here is a blog for farmers, focusing on increasing yield and profitability by focusing on the soil. It is managed by Craig Dick, the blogronomist and VP of sales and marketing at Calcium Products. Find other articles by Craig and guest writers at blog.calciumproducts.com.

 

 

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Happy Veterans Day!

Happy Veterans Day! As we observe this holiday today, Calcium Products, Inc. would like to thank every American veteran, especially our employee veterans;

  • Larry
  • Jim
  • Glen
  • Moe
  • Joel
  • A.J.
  • Tommy
  • David
  • Dezi
  • Jimmy
  • Sly
  • Kent
  • Jason

The freedoms and privileges we enjoy would not be possible without the willingness of you to fight for it. And to your families also, a hearty thanks. It takes sacrifice and support from all of you.

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What is Movember?

This weekend at a wedding a lot of people asked what is going with your face?


“It is Movember,” I would reply. To which I would get blank stares or replies like “oh?” "seriously" and "you know that's not a good look for you."

Everyone knows pink is the unifying color to bring attention to breast cancer. If you have women in your life you likely know the devastation breast cancer causes. In fact it is the number 3 cancer killer in the U.S. and the number 1 among women. 

By growing a mustache (or Mo) you can draw attention to the number 1 cancer among men, prostate cancer. Since farmers have a higher incidence of prostate cancer, I have choosen to grow a Mo. 

Why a mustache?

For me, it's fun, my wife wouldn't go along with it otherwise and it raises awareness for a major cancer among men in a lost cost way. By donating instead of buying stuff, more of your money goes to research, which is very manly! Finally, many men choose to hide the fact they are afflicted with prostate or testicular cancer. Often it's etheir because of manly instinct to not bother others with their problems or out of embarrassment that their 'plumbing' is not working properly. Show the important men in your life that you care for them by sprouting a sweet ‘stache!

For more information:

Visit our public MO SpacePlease join our team and make a donation!
Register and win some sweet prizes!  (Note: I will be donating as soon as the website is fixed, I will up
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