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Feed Wholesale

Some women and men work in the business of wholesale feed products for farm and ranch animals. After all, livestock has to have the right kind of food in order to produce good poultry, beef, and dairy products. When working in the wholesale grain industry, you are likely to handle an assortment of organic corn feed for pigs, seed supplies for birds, milled grain for horses, and hay for cattle. It is common for workers in this business to deal in bulk supplies, which are sold to smaller dealers, distributors, farmers, and large ranch owners.

It is important to know a great deal about agriculture, barn grain supplies, pet foods, and milled vegetable based feeds when you work in this field. This calls for some on-the-job training, as well as a business degree at times. After all, it is important to understand which organic feeds work best for horses, chickens, pigs, and cattle. The wrong kinds of grain or milled corn can have a negative impact on an animal's digestion, which can in turn affect their health. As a wholesale dealer of livestock feed, it is up to you to be well versed in this branch of agriculture supplies. Some farmers, ranchers, and smaller grain distributors may ask you for your advice prior to placing an order.

When getting involved with a business like wholesale feed products for cattle and chickens, you can expect to work with a variety of customers and clients. You may also have to deal with grain manufacturers at times.

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STANDARD LISTINGS:   FEED-WHOLESALE IN/NEAR REDDING
Almond By-Products Write review for this local business
2604 State Highway 32, Chico, CA 95973
(530) 895-8948  
Siskiyou Pellet Mill Write review for this local business
9539 Old Highway 99 S, Grenada, CA 96038
(530) 436-2241  
Long Valley Feed & Supply Write review for this local business
400 Branscomb Rd, Laytonville, CA 95454
(707) 984-6711  
Feed wholesale companies offer animal, manufacturers, exporters, suppliers, traders, factories, auctions, machinery, markets, farming, aquaculture, sold products, commercial, professional, industrial, personal, discounts and other products and services. There are several questions that you might need to ask in order to determine which company can give you the wholesale feed supplies and services that you need. When you contact the wholesale feed companies, ask them where they are located. Research their background thoroughly. Choose a few different options to start with and contact each one. Ask for references, contact information, quotes and an outline of company policy. Ask how long they have been in operation and make sure the company you choose has proper licenses and certificates. You might find that some of them are national companies while others are statewide or local. You might also find that some of the national companies have locations in your area. If you find the company on the Internet, then you should ask them if they are strictly an online entity or if they have a physical location as well. Ask them if they provide delivery services and if you will have to pay for them or if the costs are covered by the company. Depending on the types of animals that they keep, ranchers, breeders and farmers might need to find the exporters, suppliers and traders that buy peanut, fish meal, wheat, maize, acorn, soybeans, ginger and lentils from manufacturers. When the companies' reps are answering your questions, pay attention to the level of courtesy that they use. This can often indicate how you will be treated in the future. By knowing what questions to ask, you should be able to find the wholesale feed company that is best for you.



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