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.
New COO and NSF Grant Fuel Beta Hatch Growth and EfficiencyNovember 1, 2018
SEATTLE – Nov. 1, 2018 – Beta Hatch, a Seattle, Washington-based company industrializing the production of insects as a sustainable protein for animal feed, announced the appointment of Dr. Lisa Newman as its inaugural chief operations officer and a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, both supporting the Company’s efforts towards scaling for commercialization. Newman, a… View Article
Wilbur-Ellis Company, LLC Names Mark Ripato as New Agribusiness PresidentOctober 8, 2018
Long-time Tenkoz Employee to Succeed Dan Vradenburg DENVER, Oct. 8, 2018 — Wilbur-Ellis Company, LLC, a recognized leader in the marketing and distribution of crop protection, seed and nutritional products, as well as precision agriculture technology, has announced that starting November 1, Mark Ripato will take over as its Agribusiness division president. For the past three years, Ripato has… View Article
WILBUR-ELLIS FEED ACQUIRES AMERI-PAC ASSETSOctober 2, 2018
ST. JOSEPH, MO. — October 2, 2018 — Wilbur-Ellis Feed, LLC, an industry leader in the international marketing and distribution of nutrients for the livestock, pet food and aquaculture industries, today announces the acquisition of the assets of Ameri-Pac Inc., a family-owned, value-added manufacturing business focused on animal health and nutrition specialty products for pet… View Article
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.