For over one hundred years, Purina Mills has been the leader in the area of animal science and nutrition. Our strong sense of responsibility to animals and their owners is reflected in the unconditional quality of our feeds, backed by years of extensive research in the area of animal nutrition. At the LongView Animal Nutrition Center in Gray Summit, Missouri, nutritionists, veterinarians, and managers observe firsthand the interrelationship of good feed practices, good health, proper growth and development, and optimum performance. Our commitment to research helps keep Purina on the leading edge of nutritional science.
Scratch and Peck Feeds is a family company and our family includes everyone who wants to make honest and true choices about their food and where it comes from. We’re a kinship of people who know that we’re all connected and that “you are what your animals eat.”
We manufacture soy free and organic chicken, turkey, pig and goat feed. Our feeds are completely raw with our limited processing technique. We are dedicated to promoting sustainable farming practices, supporting local economies, and producing healthy organic animal feed that doesn't contain any genetically modified organisms. In 2011, we became the first Non-GMO Verified animal feed manufacture in North America and in 2013, we stepped it up to become 100% Organic, the first feed manufacturer in the nation to hold both badges. To top it off, we ONLY produce Organic and Non-GMO feeds because we want to help lead this sustainable food movement by example.
The history of ZuPreem® started with an idea - an idea whose time had come and an idea that would change the way we look at the role of nutrition in the lives of all animals. The idea was revolutionary and at the same time very simple. It is an idea that has been passed down through three generations from its original founder to its current owner.
This idea was founded in veterinary medicine in 1928 when Mark L. Morris, DVM, founded the Raritan Animal Hospital, the second small animal hospital in the United States. Dr. Morris discovered that sick dogs and cats could be treated by changing their diets - changes that sometimes eliminated and sometimes added an element to their diets, depending on the condition or disease.
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