Livestock Nutrition Center Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Livestock Nutrition Center's estimated annual revenue is currently $81.5M per year.
- Livestock Nutrition Center's estimated revenue per employee is $360,800
- Livestock Nutrition Center has 226 Employees.
- Livestock Nutrition Center grew their employee count by 16% last year.
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What Is Livestock Nutrition Center?
Livestock Nutrition Center is a leading feed manufacturing and grain handling company with locations in Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. We specialize in blending customized rations, supplements and premixes to meet the specific nutritional needs of your operation. We understand that management, performance objectives and feeding practices can be vastly different between operations, and that these differences dictate specific nutritional or formulation requirements. Our experienced sales staff and nutritionist will work with you to design a feeding program that is specific to your operation. Mission Statement Our Mission is to add value to the suppliers and end users in the feed ingredient supply chain through distribution, processing and service. Guiding Principle Our focus is to provide customized feeding programs, nutritional products, and expert service to livestock producers that promote their long-term success and profitability.keywords:Transportation
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Livestock Nutrition Center News
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