The information below has been supplied by dairy marketers and other industry organizations. It has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hoard’s Dairyman.Dairy farmers in the Pacific Northwest will soon have access to Papillon Agricultural Company’s bypass protein products, thanks to the company’s new manufacturing relationship with Scoular.
Scoular has expanded its existing feed blend facility in Jerome and in June will begin producing the proteins for Papillon. Papillon, a Maryland-based company, currently manufactures bypass protein products in New York, Indiana and Wisconsin and is now expanding to the Pacific Northwest. Papillon partnered with Scoular because of its manufacturing expertise and knowledge of the local dairy and feed markets.
Papillon’s protein blends provide concentrated, highly digestible bypass protein and meet the demand for balanced amino acids in dairy diets. This allows for ration optimization to drive production or reduce costs.
“Papillon is excited to provide tools to the marketplace that fit the nutritional and milk market objectives of the Pacific Northwest dairy industry,” said David Briggs, president of Papillon Agricultural Company.
The products will be available to Scoular customers and regional feed manufacturers for inclusion in feed mixes for dairy. Cory Doggett has recently joined Papillon as Northwest Regional Sales Manager and will facilitate sales throughout the region.
“Papillon has a long history of delivering high quality products and services to dairy customers,” said Scoular Regional Manager Andy Hohwieler. “We are excited to be partnering with them to deliver these products to the region.”
For more information on the product, contact Doggett at (208) 358-5176 or firstname.lastname@example.org.