Cargill Selling Winnipeg Feed Mill; Closing Brandon Facility

Cargill has announced it is selling its St. Boniface, MB., feed mill to long-standing customer, Standard Nutrition. In addition, Cargill will close its Brandon feed mill, the company says.

Standard Nutrition will manufacture feed for Cargill in the Winnipeg area, retaining Cargill’s management and production team to ensure “continuity of service to Standard Nutrition and Cargill customers of the St. Boniface facility,” the company says.

In the Brandon area, Cargill has entered into agreements with regional manufacturers that meet Cargill’s quality and feed safety standards. Cargill sales and customer service teams will continue to serve customers in Manitoba.

Recently, Cargill announced an investment into the Canadian Feed Research Centre, a re-purposed feed mill in North Battleford, Sask. Cargill will use the plant for milling feed when it is not in use for research projects.

Related: New University of Saskatchewan feed research facility opens in North Battleford


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