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ADM Alliance Nutrition, Baa Land, host seminar, dinner at Sparksville

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ADM spokesman welcomes Baa Land Feeds into family of dealerships, details major companies combined by Archer Daniel Midlands to create the new feed giant
ADM Alliance Nutrition educator Sam Bates welcomed one of the company's newest dealerships, Baa Land Feeds, and its owner, Phillip Richard into the family of dealers, Tuesday evening.

Despite cold weather and spotty road conditions, a large number of invited cattlemen were on hand at a ribeye steak dinner and seminar hosted by Baa Land Feeds and Alliance Nutrition at Sparksville Elementary School for the event.

The meals were catered by Terry Muse, Edmonton, KY.

"I'll work with you," new dealer said.

Phillip Richard acted as emcee of the affair and welcomed the guests and speakers. He told the cattlemen, "We're new, but we want you to know that we're going to carry a broad line of Alliance products for cattlemen." And, he said, "We'll work with you."

Several win door prizes

A number of door prizes were given away. Winners included Rex Bennett, Coy England, Joyce Reliford, Lonnie Page, and Randall Richard. Prizes ranged from caps to an ADM blanket.

Mr. Bates presentation covered the problems of endophytic fungus associated with tall fescue pastures and horn flies. He was assisted in the presentation by Dr. Gil Myers, a noted parsitologist in this area.

ADM Alliance is consolidation of several leading feed and nutrition companies.

Bates explained that ADM Alliance Nutrition is a consolidation of feed and nutrition companies put together by the giant soy agri-business, ADM, or Archer Daniels Midland.

The company includes what was MoorMan's, LIquid Pro, Consolidated Nutrition, Master Mix, Supersweet, and Tindle Feeds. ADM ALliance is a wholly owned subsidiary of ADM, which is headquartered in Quincy, IL.

Baa Land has been a leader in goat feeds and pharmaceuticals, but Phillip RIchards said that the firm, located on Jones Chapel Road, carries a full line of animal feeds, supplements, and animal medicines.
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ADM Alliance welcomes new dealership, cattlemen, with dinner

2006-03-22 - Sparksville Elementary School, Adair CO, KY - Photo staff. Phillip Richard, right, and his father, Randall Richard, were together following the dinner and educational presentation co-hosted by ADM Alliance Nutrition and Baa Land Feeds, owned by the younger Richard. ADM spokesman Sam Bates welcomed the new dealership into the ADM Alliance Nutrition family of dealers. The new dealership is located on Jones Chapel Road above Gradyville, KY.
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Hearing it all: Coy England, Rex Bennett

2006-03-22 - Sparksville Elementary School, Adair CO, KY - Photo Staff. Coy England, left, was getting information from all directions, listening attentively to both the speaker and Rex Bennett, right, at the Baa Land Feeds dinner and seminar. Good luck came to both, as they each won door prizes at the event. England and Bennett farm in the Price's Creek and Weed-Keltner area.
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