Livestock Supplement Specialists Tithebarn and Minsups Announce Merger

Livestock supplement specialists Tithebarn and Minsups have completed a merger that sees both companies benefit from cost savings and over 130 years of experience within the industry.

Tithebarn is a specialist producer of livestock feed supplements. Founded in 1935, with a mission to help farmers improve the health and profitability of their stock, they have customers, and a world-class reputation, in over 50 countries. With equine supplement company, Rockies among their portfolio, Tithebarn hold a substantial place in the livestock supplement market.

Boasting a strong face-to-face presence among the UKs livestock farmers, Minsups is unbeatable for quality, minimal waste and maximum cost effectiveness. Exporting globally and selling directly to farmers, Minsups products are formulated according to the best science to improve animal nutrition and performance.

Having benefited from the same majority shareholders and operated from the same Cheshire site manufacturing and selling quality mineral livestock supplements, both companies have strong export form and shared business values.

In 2017 the two companies joined production and administrative forces with the merger of the two businesses completed at the end of April this year (2018) when the two salesforces combined.

Jeremy Sample, sales director – Tithebarn said, “The merged company brings together over 130 years of experience and technical knowledge under the Tithebarn name. The merged salesforce is now selling both companies’ product ranges allowing for an increase in awareness across the agricultural and equestrian livestock markets of all products produced under the new company arrangement. It is a very exciting time for Tithebarn and Minsups.”

 

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