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on January 4, 2018

December animal agriculture mergers and acquisitions

Learn the latest news on mergers and acquisitions in the poultry, feed and pig industries

Find out about merger and acquisition activity in the poultry, feed and pig industries in December.

Furst-McNess acquires Big Gain Wisconsin

Furst-McNess Co. has acquired Big Gain Wisconsin L.L.C., based out of Lodi, Wisconsin, as of December 6, 2017, having recently signed a merger and acquisition agreement.


SuperDrob to buy poultry plant, hatchery from Indykpol

The SuperDrob Group has reached an agreement with fellow Polish poultry company Indykpol Captial Group to purchase a poultry plant and hatchery.


Neovia acquires aquafeed, probiotics company Epicore

Neovia will acquire 100 percent interest in Epicore, a North American company specialized in the manufacture of larval feed and probiotics on the global aquaculture market and, more specifically, shrimp.


L. B. White Company announces acquisition of Reeves Supply

L. B. White Company, LLC announces the acquisition of Reeves Supply, Inc.


Adisseo acquires Nutriad

Feed additive producer Bluestar Adisseo will acquire Nutriad, the companies announced on December 12.


ForFarmers the Netherlands sells arable activities to CZAV

ForFarmers the Netherlands has signed an agreement to sell its arable activities to CZAV.


Tyson Foods further invests in Beyond Meat

Tyson Foods has made an additional investment in plant-based protein producer Beyond Meat.


Kepak Group to buy Moy Park plant

Ireland-based Kepak Group has plans to acquire a Moy Park plant in Ballymun, Dublin.


Nutriad acquires partners’ interest in China

Nutriad, a global leader in flavor and sweetener solutions for animal feed, has acquired a 45 percent share stake of its local partner in Feed Flavour International (FFI).


Maple Leaf Foods acquiring second plant-protein company

Maple Leaf Foods has reached a definitive agreement to acquire plant-based protein company Field Roast Grain Meat Co., for US$120 million, plus related costs.

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