Monday, June 15, 2015

SHOW COAT INFORMATION!!







How to use Show Coat!!!
The product is designed to penetrate the hair shaft and feed the follicle. To get the best results:
1) Spray on , comb and brush in
2) Allow the product to dry . We suggest placing the animal in front of fans and allow the fans to air dry the animal. 
3) After drying you can work the animal anyway you choose. You can brush, blow etc.
4) We do not suggest blowing immediately after applying because you will only waste the product and blow the nutrients into the air.
5) DO NOT use sheen with the product. Our product does not contain silicone and most other sheens do. Silicone, although serves a purpose, is counter productive for growing hair. It's made to coat and seal the item it's applied to. This will prevent the nutrients in Show Coat from being absorbed. 
6) We suggest APPLYING DAILY!! 
7) For the first 4-7 days we apply a little heavier to charge the follicle and condition the hide. Once you have noticed a visual difference to the coat you will have gained the charge. You can at that point apply a lighter amount. 
8) As with any grooming the key is to be consistent!!!
Contact Chris Wilson 641-745-0323 call/text or email @ premiercattle@yahoo.com or message us on this page. 
Thank you!

For questions on ordering or how it works, 
Contact Chris Wilson call/text 
641-745-0323


HOW TO USE SHOWCOAT!!!
The product is designed to penetrate the hair shaft and feed the follicle. To get the best results:
1) Spray on, comb and brush in

2) Allow the product to dry. We suggest placing the animal in front of fans and allow the fans to air dry the animal.

3) After drying you can work the animal anyway you choose. You can brush, blow etc.

4) We do not suggest blowing immediately after applying because you will only waste the product and blow the nutrients into the air.

5) DO NOT use sheen or any other product with the ShowCoat. Our product does not contain silicone and most other sheens do. Silicone, although serves a purpose, is counter productive for growing hair. It's made to coat and seal the item it's applied to. This will prevent the nutrients in Show Coat from being absorbed.

6) We suggest APPLYING DAILY!!

7) For the first 4-7 days we apply a little heavier to charge the follicle and condition the hide. Once you have noticed a visual difference to the coat you will have gained the charge. You can at that point apply a lighter amount.

8) As with any grooming the key is to be consistent!!!

Contact Chris Wilson 641-745-0323 call/text or email @ premiercattle@yahoo.com 

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Fall Born Sale Monday, May 11!!!!




Click link below to go directly to sale:





Tag 67 | Mob Boss x Full Flush/DraftPick September Steer
Weighed 664 on 5/2/15






Tag 68 | Monopoly x White Gold September Steer
Weighed 563 on 5/2/15





Tag 73 | Yellow Jacket x Black Ice/Swoosh September Steer 
Weighed 466 on 5/2/15





Tag 74 | Moss x WMW/Maine
Weighed 481 on 5/2/15





Tag 75 | Mob Boss x Black Ice/Maine
Weighed 596 on 5/2/15




Tag 72 White Gold x Cross August Steer
Weighed 735 on 5/2/15





Tag 71 | Monopoly x Cross September Steer
Weighed 563 on 5/2/15


Friday, April 10, 2015

Show Coat Instructional Video

We put together this quick tutorial of how to use Show Coat and results.  Nothing fancy, but helps you to understand how to use the Show Coat product a little better.  Thanks for watching!


Click Here:  >>>> Show Coat Video

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Ohio Beef Expo | Show Coat

Good news!!!! Travis Mitchell will have Show Coat on hand at 

his booth in the Genetic Pathway at the Ohio Beef Expo for 

purchase. Contact Travis @ 989-307-0835. Don't let the 

shucking process get you down, Show Coat will bring the hair 

back and keep the hide healthy in the process.






Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Calving Season

Calving season is well underway here at Wilson Farms.  Wish the weather would warm up a little, but so far everything has gone great!  All the heifers are almost done and cows are starting up.  We are very excited about the calves so far and are looking forward to picking out breeding options for next year.  Good luck to all during calving season.  Stay safe and warm.



Thank you!!

We would like to thank all the bidders and buyers from our March 1st online sale!  We appreciate your business and are here if you need any help with the calves (clipping, fitting, etc).  Thank you again!