Pestell Minerals & Ingredients acquires Agri-Feed Products

Pestell Minerals & Ingredients has announced the acquisition of Agri-Feed Products Ltd., a distributor of feed products in Western Canada.

Pestell Minerals & Ingredients, a leading distributor of feed ingredients, announced the acquisition of Agri-Feed Products Ltd., a Winnipeg, Man.-based distributor of feed products with an emphasis in western Canada.

The acquisition provides Pestell with improved market access for a number of its core products while adding new suppliers to its portfolio. The employees of Agri-Feed Products, including founder Keith Patterson, will remain with the organization and will continue supporting market development efforts from the Winnipeg office as employees of Pestell.

Pestell Peter Brunelle president said, “Agri-Feed has developed a strong base of customer relationships though its attention to customer service and I am thrilled that Keith will be part of our team moving forward. This acquisition is perfectly aligned with the goal of expanding our ability to serve customers as a one-stop-shop for their ingredient needs.”

Pestell Minerals & Ingredients deals in agriculture. Since 1972 it has specialized in the supply of feed ingredients, macro and trace minerals, specialty feed additives, bird food Ingredients, fertilizers and salt products to the agricultural feed and crop markets.

Working with producers around the globe, the company provides sourcing, logistics, production and warehousing services through its hazard analysis and critical control points-certified production and warehouse facilities in New Hamburg, Ont. Additionally, the company utilizes 10 strategically located warehouse facilities to ensure the efficient and reliable supply of quality-tested, safe products to customers across North America.

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