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Don Schwenning

Maintenance Superintendent

Kalmbach Feeds Inc

HQ Phone:  (419) 294-3838

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Kalmbach Feeds Inc

7148 State Highway 199

Upper Sandusky, Ohio,43351

United States

Company Description

The organization is dedicated to serving women and teens experiencing unplanned pregnancy. Founded in 1988 by a group of Wyandot county residents who were concerned about the lack of options being presented to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, Bethe...more

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North Central Electric Cooperative - Watt's New

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From Attica, the board headed to Carey to meet with Kalmbach Feeds' Andy Bishop and Don Schwenning.
They have many custom feed formulas, and according to Schwenning they can have as many as 6,000 feed formulas in their computer system. Schwenning, the special products manager for Kalmbach, estimates 30 percent of the feed is for swine, 30 percent for poultry, 30 percent for dairy and beef and 10 percent split between horse, alpaca and guinea pigs. Kalmbach Feeds is a pretty important business to Wyandot County farmers considering half of the corn produced in Wyandot County is sold to Kalmbach, Schwenning said.


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