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Publication Date: 06/2005
Pages: 4
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Feed mill expands whole-hog to meet rising feed demands

A design and construction firm helps a feed mill expand by adding storage capacity and improving loadout efficiency.

Fifty-seven percent of all corn grown in the US is fed to livestock, and most of this corn puts meat on America’s dinner tables.1 The growing market for corn-fed meat has increased the demand on local feed mills, which have to work faster and better to keep a steady supply of feed flowing into livestock troughs. No one knows this better than the staff at Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., a mill in Arcadia, Iowa, that produces hog feed from corn.

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