PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT – Emerald C™
Copper Carbonate-Based Mineral Feed Ingredient
GPP is excited to announce a new product that we’ll begin distributing immediately. Emerald-C Feed Grade is manufactured by Old Bridge Chemicals based in New Jersey.
What is Emerald-C™ ?
Emerald-C™ is a chloride-free, OMRI listed mineral feed ingredient proven to enhance animal health and performance. The free-flowing, copper carbonate-based green powder is ideally suited for humid environments. Extremely easy to handle and blend, Emerald-C is non-hydroscopic and insoluble in water.
Emerald-C™ offers the simplest and most concentrated form of copper (56%) available with greater bio-availability than copper sulfate. It is highly stable and non-reactive with vitamins and other essential premix ingredients. As a bound copper, Emerald-C becomes active in the digestive system, where it counts!
Emerald-C™ is manufactured by Old Bridge Chemicals in the USA at our HACCP and AFIA certified safe feed/ safe food New Jersey facility. Independent analyses of Emerald-C demonstrate that the product easily meets rigid EU criteria for the presence of dioxins and polychlorinated biphenols (PCBS).
Old Bridge Chemicals, Inc.
554 Waterworks Rd.
Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857
Contact Curt Beyer at Great Plains Processing for more information on the Emerald-C product line
Mobile: (228) 326-5406
GPP Yankton Facility Update – March 14, 2018
It’s almost spring time in the Midwest and our newest facility is beginning to take shape. The plumbing and initial electrical work has been completed along with about 20% of the the interior concrete slab.
The added space will increase our capabilities in spray drying, liquid blending, specialty blending, and fine powder mixing.
Great Plains Processing (GPP) has been a custom manufacturer of premium feed ingredients in the USA for almost 20 years.
For more information on about Great Plains Processing please follow the link below
New USTR Chief Agricultural Negotiator
Industry applauds as Doud recently confirmed
Gregg Doud announced as chief agricultural negotiator in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). The Senate confirmed Doud yesterday following a lengthy discussion regarding surrounding trade issues affecting the animal food production industry.
“The need for continued and expanded market access into growing areas of the world is critical for the long-term success of the U.S. animal food manufacturing industry,” said AFIA President and CEO Joel G. Newman. “Doud has a strong background in agriculture, and we look forward to working with him on representing the industry’s interests in the ongoing discussions on the North American Free Trade Agreement and the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement.”
Mark your calendars for March 13-15, 2018, to attend the American Feed Industry Association’s annual Purchasing & Ingredient Suppliers Conference (PISC) at the Omni Fort Worth hotel in Fort Worth, Texas. More than 600 buyers and sellers of feed and pet food ingredients attend this annual event; it’s truly where business gets done! PISC offers industry experts the chance to exchange ideas and learn about issues affecting the industry.
For more information please visit https://www.cvent.com/events/afia-purchasing-and-ingredient-suppliers-conference/event-summary-a5d5ccd97bea42cc80f950d2ddcb4ed8.aspx
Why Traceability Matters
Our commitment to accuracy can make a big difference
Accurate traceability of ingredients allows pet food manufacturers to solve biosecurity problems more quickly and control health concerns about pet food safety, said Ken Wilson, PhD, head of technical services at Simmons Feed Ingredients, at Petfood Forum 2016. For example, in 2007, tracing melamine-comtaminated pet food led FDA to an ingredient supplier in China who was adulterating his products.