Cargill is to build a new facility in Bovina (Texas), for various feed product production including its Sweet Bran and Ramp specialty feeds.
The facility will be located on an adjoining property to an existing Cargill Cattle Feeders (CCF) location.
Mike Lewis, vice president, Feed, Cargill Corn Milling North America, said: “We are very excited about the possibilities for serving the growing livestock market from this location in Bovina.
"This is a very progressive, growth-oriented community. And it’s in the heart of one of the biggest cattle feeding regions in the world.”
The facility is expected to bring 37 full-time jobs to the community, along with contractors. Construction is expected to begin in August and is scheduled to be completed sometime in late summer 2013.
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