Explore Our IDEAS
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.
INTRODUCING THE NEW FACE OF WILBUR-ELLIS NUTRITION AT THE 2019 PETFOOD FORUMMay 28, 2019
“Petfood Forum is just a great environment to be in. It’s all about pet food, and that’s why we’re all there,” said Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition President, Andrew Loder. “The thing that we all took away from that, all of us that attended, was just the energy around the space.” Petfood Forum USA is the pet food… View Article
New Purpose, New Logo. One Wilbur-Ellis.March 8, 2019
When I took over as CEO a little over one year ago, I began by traveling to meet with team members and listen to the challenges they faced and the opportunities they saw for Wilbur-Ellis and Connell. From Texas to Singapore and Saskatchewan to Australia, I heard about how market forces both current and future… View Article
Introducing Wilbur-Ellis Nutrition (Formerly Wilbur-Ellis Feed)February 13, 2019
A Fresh Take on Our Long-held Values and Vision Since our start in 1921, while feed has always been part of our core business, we have always been so much more than feed. We know what truly sets us apart for customers and partners goes beyond that. It is the solutions we work on with… View Article
The Power of Pink: Start Strong, Stay StrongNovember 1, 2018
Wilbur-Ellis’ Chester, South Dakota, branch, employees has successfully generated donations of tens of thousands of dollars to organizations on the front lines in the fight against breast cancer – all by using the power of pink. Every October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re proud to give back through our Start Strong, Stay Strong program, which donates proceeds from our pink-dyed, treated soybeans sold in Chester, South Dakota, to support people in the community affected by breast cancer.
One year after Hurricane Harvey, we’re still Texas StrongSeptember 12, 2018
It’s been just over a year since Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas and Louisiana. The 280-mile wide storm boasted winds of 130 miles per hour when it first made landfall. Harvey stalled over Texas and poured torrential rains onto the state. The storm broke the U.S. record for rainfall from a single tropical cyclone, with parts of the state recording 51 inches of rain. Over six days, Harvey deluged Texas and Louisiana with an estimated 27 trillion gallons of water.