Every year, Wilbur-Ellis, through its Impact Funds Program, allocates funds for contributions that benefit the communities where its employees live and work. These Impact Funds can create a sizable effect within these localities. Wilbur-Ellis’ Feed division recently donated $5,000 to the Imperial Valley Food Bank (IVFB) to assist the organization in reaching its goal of being fully funded before ground breaking. The project is currently 86% funded.
Every year, Wilbur-Ellis, through its Impact Funds Program, allocates funds for contributions that benefit the communities where its employees work and live. These Impact Funds can create a sizable impact, and over the course of 2017, Wilbur-Ellis’ Feed division donated $35,000 to various local charities in Holtville, California; Halfway, Oregon; Portland, Oregon; Ogden, Utah; Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada; and Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
Thank Agriculture When You Take A Sip of That Beer. It’s the time of year when people tend to crack open a few cold ones while watching the game (and really, any game). As you’re drinking your beer, take a second to acknowledge and thank the army of not so obvious people that make it possible for you to enjoy your adult beverage.
Cavallo Ventures, the venture capital arm of Wilbur-Ellis, announced today an investment in Beta Hatch, a Seattle, Washington-based company industrializing the production of insects as a sustainable protein for animal feed. This is Cavallo Ventures’ first investment in the feed industry.
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