Tizwhiz is a recognized name all over the United States and
abroad with several manufacturing plants located
in the U.S. and Canada.
fortified formulas of Tizwhiz
products are unique and have never been released to any other
is a nutritional reason for everthing put into Tizwhiz Feeds.
Through it's research Tizwhiz continues to strive for nutritional
excellence, allowing for all feeding recommendations to be
bases on controlled research by nutritionists.
William Tyznik is professor emeritus of the department
of Animal Science at The Ohio State University where he taught
for over 40 years. He is nationally known for his contribution
to teaching and research in animal nutrition. Dr. Tyznik's
research on rumen studies of sheep, nutrition of horses and
zoological animals is nationally known with several articles
for professional journals to his credit.
Tyznik, through controlled equine research achieved many firsts
that has dramatically impacted the equine feeding industry.
The new variations of research being done today are investigating
familiar ground to Tizwhiz and are continuing to verify Dr.
Dr. Tyznik has had many firsts in his research career, and
Tizwhiz has applied his enormous contribution and research
to all the Tizwhiz Feeds products.
to do controlled equine research at a university.
First to establish blood glucose tolerance.
to recognize the importance of a fortified formula of copper,
zinc and manganese for solid muscle and skeletal development.
the lack of selenium from the soil, he was the first to
add selenium upon its approval by the FDA.
to find the ability of a foal to retain minerals and vitamins
in it's liver while in the uterus and to maintain during
nursing age. He found that mares did not produce milk rich
in nutrients. Under the guidance of Dr. Tyznik, Tizwhiz
then developed the first broodmare ration specifically formulated
for foal development.
to establish feeding fat tolerance in horses and the effects
of unsaturated fat on coat condition.
to formulate a low fiber feed for performance horses.
to establish early wean research - 2 1/2 days
to find that pellets dissolve easier in the gut and digest
more completely than unprocessed grain.
the first fixed formula pelleted feed on the market.