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Mercer Landmark opens MPS Feed Mill

New state-of-the-art facility is capable of producing five to six semi loads of feed per hour.

Mercer Landmark recently announced the opening of the new MPS Feed Mill in St. Henry, Ohio. The new facility is a state-of-the-art mega feed mill capable of producing five to six semi loads of feed per hour. MPS Feed will produce high-quality feed in high volumes, offering customers a quicker and more efficient process for obtaining feed.

To celebrate the opening, Mercer Landmark held a private ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house the morning of March 7 for employees, their family members, local congressmen and partners, followed by a public open house that afternoon.

Mercer Landmark employees noted that MPS Feed will have fully automated receiving systems with dedicated inbound and outbound scales and high-speed receiving systems to provide a streamlined and efficient delivery experience to MPS bulk ingredient suppliers. The bulk handling at MPS Feed will consist of application-specific conveyance systems from many of the top equipment providers to the feed industry.

According to the company, processing and mixing systems at MPS Feed will utilize cutting-edge grinding and mixing technology to consistently provide the highest-quality feed. The new on-site loadout system has been designed with substantial handling capacity and is fully automated with two bays. Each bay has its own dedicated truck scale to provide the shortest possible turnaround times as well as a consistent and reliable service to both partners and customers alike.

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