News last update:6 Aug 2012

ADM Alliance Nutrition acquires Cattleman's Choice Loomix

ADM Alliance Nutrition, a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company is to take over Cattleman's Choice Loomix, an important producer of liquid animal feed supplements in the US. The acquisition marks Alliance Nutrition's entrance into liquid feed business

“With Cattleman’s Choice Loomix’s strong geographic presence in the western United States, it also extends our footprint into that important region for the beef and dairy industry,” said Terry Myers, president, ADM Alliance Nutrition.
“This acquisition marks our entrance into the liquid feed business, which provides us with another value-added market for our feed ingredients and finished feed rations.
Kenneth Munsch, previously president of Cattleman’s Choice Loomix, will manage ADM Alliance Nutrition’s liquid feed business and has been named director, liquid feeds.
Cattleman’s Choice Loomix began business in 1952 and produces the Loomix brand liquid feed supplement for ruminants. The company is headquartered in Johnstown, Colorado and operates production facilities in Johnstown (Colorado), Billings (Montana) and Twin Falls (Idaho), and has a contract with a toll manufacturer in Fremont, (Nebraska).
ADM Alliance Nutrition, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Archer Daniels Midland Company and a producer of livestock feeds and supplements. Based in Quincy, Illinois.

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