Regionally focused brands.
Together, the Kent and Blue Seal brands are the most trusted and preeminent regionally focused animal nutrition brands in the country. As a result, Kent Nutrition Group is dedicated to helping them both bring their legacies of quality products to even more customers who are seeking the highest quality nutrition for their animals — whether for livestock, horses, pets, or small animals.
Part of something bigger.
Kent Nutrition Group is a division of Kent Corporation, a family-owned American company with a history of innovation in animal nutrition. We’re dedicated to commercial producers, farming communities, and animal lovers. We are proud of our role in animal nutrition, and we work every day to enrich the lives of those who raise and care for animals.
Keeping Your Chicks Healthy
Chicks purchased from a reputable feed store or hatchery likely won’t face major health issues, but there are still some things that can go wrong. It’s always good to at least be aware of these common chick health concerns.
Kent Nutrition Group Launches NutriVantage® for beef to Boost Gains
Research shows increased dry matter intake with newly branded feed supplement. Beef producers are always trying to find a way to increase average daily gains. Kent Nutrition Group (KNG), makers of Kent products, has an exclusive solution to help cattlemen with that goal. Dr. Brandon Koch, Ph. D., KNG Beef Nutritionist shares the latest study results.
Coop, Sweet Coop
Chicken coops come in all shapes and sizes. No design is perfect, but all good chicken coops do share some common characteristics. You can buy a prebuilt coop or a coop kit that you put together yourself. You can also build from scratch, or you can even convert a garden shed or other outbuilding into a perfectly serviceable coop.
No matter how you choose to build it, here are a few requirements for every coop.
Oh, Happy (Chick) Days!
Each spring, our thoughts turn to baby chicks. Whether we are expanding our existing flock or just starting out with chickens for the first time, getting a few chicks is the best way to add flock members. On the other hand, adding pullets or grown hens can bring a host of potential problems – like the risk of transmitting infectious disease to your other chickens. Not knowing the exact age of the birds, their health histories or information on their previous diet and care are additional challenges.
Gauss named Kent Nutrition Group President
Mike Gauss has been named president for Kent Nutrition Group (KNG) effective January 1, 2019. John Thorpe, previous president of KNG, has been promoted to president and chief operating officer for Kent Corporation, the parent company for KNG, Grain Processing Corporation (GPC), Kent Precision Foods Group and Kent Pet Group.
Announcing the Aaron Boysen Memorial Scholarship
The Aaron Boysen Memorial Scholarship has been established to celebrate the life and professional work of Aaron Boysen. Aaron lived a full life that passionately focused on three areas – family, agriculture, and his work at Kent. Aaron’s devotion to these, left a lasting impression on those who came in contact with him both personally and through working with him during his more than 30 years at Kent.
Kent Corporation commits $8 million for Iowa State’s Feed Mill and Grain Science Project
The money is part of $14 million committed by Kent Corporation, the Iowa Corn Promotion Board, and Sukup Manufacturing. These funds are the first to be announced for the $21.2 million feed mill and grain science complex.
Kent Nutrition Group Rockford Plant Named 2015 Feed Mill of the Year
The Kent Nutrition Group (KNG) manufacturing plant at Rockford, Illinois, has been named 2015 “Feed Mill of the Year” by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and Feedstuffs newspaper.