Kalmbach Feeds was founded in 1963 by Milton and Ruth Kalmbach who shared a vision of a new way of doing business. Their goal was to design quality feed products, manufacture those products with the highest quality control procedures in the most efficient facility, and provide the product to the customer at the best possible value.
Kalmbach Feeds began as a grind and mix plant in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Milton, a poultry nutritionist, saw that he could improve the quality of products and service by selling bulk feed by the truckload. Feed was able to be made and shipped much more efficiently this way-the customer received the highest quality feed at the best possible value. The staff included Milton and Ruth Kalmbach and one man to produce feed.
Today the plant produces a full line of products to meet the needs of every livestock producer - from the large commercial farm, the family hobby, the 4-H member and to the show competitor. Milton and Ruth's son, Paul, continues to lead the family owned business while focusing on the initial founding goal. Kalmbach Feeds has grown to consist of over 250 employees.
We are now a regional leader in the animal nutrition industry serving Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, West Virginia, Illinois and New York. Our corporate office and original feed plant are still located in rural Upper Sandusky, and we have partner branches in Michigan (Kalmbach Feeds of Michigan) and Indiana (Kalmbach Feeds of Indiana).
Though the nature of the feed business has changed over the last 40+ years, Kalmbach Feeds' standards of quality and value haven't. The Kalmbach Family's traditional core values have provided a compass for the company's direction and success over the past four decades. We pride ourselves on our flexibility in meeting our customers' needs. We realize there are vast differences in the goals and needs of our customers who raise and care for livestock and poultry. No matter what the situation, we will work to find a solution that will help our customers succeed. – less – More from ZoomInfo »