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Since 1921, we’ve built all of our relationships on trust, respect and a genuine interest in everyone’s well-being. We call these core values our IDEAS.

Sailing Into the Future of Aquaculture
June 8, 2020

“Sail hard, but not recklessly. Prepare for the unexpected. A sense of humor can help you navigate challenges.” These are a few of the lessons Ed Brauer learned from his experiences sailing and being out on the water while growing up that he brings to his role as a technical sales manager at Nutrition’s Angleton,… View Article

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Celebrating Our Wilbur-Ellis Moms This Mother’s Day
May 8, 2020

The role of working mothers is often both challenging and rewarding under normal circumstances. Now with the world turned upside down by a global pandemic, moms have had to adjust. In addition to their roles as parents, many moms are now taking on the role of teacher, caretaker, entertainer and problem solver. To celebrate Mother’s… View Article

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Starting a Career with Wilbur-Ellis
May 7, 2020

In just a few months, COVID-19 has dramatically changed the world. Our hearts go out to those impacted and we wish everyone health and safety always. We also appreciate the impact this disease and “shelter in place” orders are having on students and recent grads who are still keen to learn this summer and make… View Article

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National Pet Day and the Changing Pet Food Industry
April 20, 2020

Note: This article was originally published on the News & Insights section of the Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition website on April 15, 2020 In celebration of National Pet Day on April 11, we sat down with Nick Braden who leads our pet nutrition business. At Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition, pets are part of our families. When we connected with… View Article

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A Dedicated Problem Solver and Plant Doctor: Meet Agronomist Jessica Rader
March 24, 2020

In celebration of National Agriculture Week and Women’s Month, we’re profiling and featuring one of our female agronomists. A self-described doctor for plants and crops, Jessica Rader didn’t set out to be an agronomist when she started her freshman year at Michigan State University. She credits a research internship with a soybean and wheat retailer… View Article

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