Canadian Feed Mill Videos
In this 360 video tour, you’ll learn all about the important role that technology plays in Canadian feed mills, and how all everyone who works there has a role to play in feeding farm animals safe and nutritious feed.
360° Canadian Feed Mill Tour
In this 360 video tour, you’ll learn all about the important role that Canadian feed mills play in making feed for farm animals. This tour follows the ingredients to the mill where you’ll see how they’re tested, processed, and mixed into safe and nutritionally balanced feed for a specific kind of farm animal.
Food Safety at a Canadian Feed Mill
Food safety isn’t just important to humans. It’s critical to farm animals too! In this video, you’ll learn about the importance of food safety to animal feed; and how Canadian feed mills, like this one, make food safety and traceability a priority. This video will also cover topics people often wonder about – like added hormones and antibiotic use.
Inside a Canadian Feed Mill
This video is a great introduction to Canadian feed mills and the important role they play, in all provinces across this country, to make and deliver feed for farm animals.
Working at a Canadian Feed Mill
In this video, you’ll hear from real people who work at a Canadian feed mill – and why they love it! You will also learn about other careers that keep feed mills running to ensure farm animals are fed safe and nutritious feed.
Canadian Feed Mill Technology
In this video, you’ll get a glimpse of what a feed mill was like back in 1989 – and how modern Canadian feed mills have improved in efficiency and traceability with new technology and automation.
Quick Canadian Feed Mill Facts
- Annually, Canadian feed mills produce over 30 million tonnes of feed for farm animals.
- There are approximately 500 commercial feed mills in Canada, and 70% of feed mills are located in Ontario and Quebec.
- Corn, wheat, and barley are the most widely used “ingredients” in animal feed. Soybean and canola are good sources of protein for farm animals. These crops can be grown all across Canada.
- Safe and nutritious feed for farm animals is important to Canadian farmers, which is why feed costs account for up to 75% of the total cost of raising farm animals.
- Just like Registered Dietitians help Canadians make choices about their food, Animal Nutritionists help farmers make similar decisions about what to feed their farm animals.