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Packages Offer Full Line of Swine Management Services

Joe Vansickle

June 19, 2012

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Packages Offer Full Line of Swine Management Services

 

Osborne Industries, Inc. has announced their new “Single Source Swine Solution” packages for new and existing swine farms. Packages include a complete line of swine management products, equipment and services. For 40 years, Osborne Industries has manufactured swine equipment. New services include farm design, building construction, training and support and management and professional services for the swine industry worldwide. Osborne’s design team offers custom design of production facilities. “Farms that utilize Osborne’s innovative designs will be brought to life with the most efficient and economical structures available today. Osborne will supervise every aspect of the design and construction process, ensuring that everything is completed to our high-quality standards,” says Tom Kober, vice president and chief financial officer. Complete equipment packages are also offered, including all new penning, gestation and farrowing stalls and flooring, feeders, ventilation equipment and feed systems. New management and professional services assist with development of production facilities around the world. To learn more, visit www.osbornelivestockequipment.com.

 

About the Author(s)

Joe Vansickle

Senior Editor

Joe, a native of Indiana, is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He worked on daily newspapers in Albert Lea, MN and Fairmont, MN, before joining the staff of National Hog Farmer in 1977. Joe specializes in animal health issues, federal regulations, environmental concerns, food safety and writing about the swine veterinary community. Joe has won several writing awards from the Livestock Publications Council. In 2002, he earned the Master Writer Program Award from the American Agricultural Editors’ Association.

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