January 7, 2016

Manna Pro Products LLC, which manufactures and markets products for animal nutrition and care, has acquired Harris Farms LLC.

Harris Farms, based in Tennessee, designs and markets products for the poultry, farm and ranch industries.

“Harris Farms products complement current feed and supplement products sold by Manna Pro,” said Beth Rogers, vice president of marketing at Manna Pro.

According to Rogers, the acquisition of Harris Farms holds benefits for all parties as the backyard chicken movement grows in popularity. Though Manna Pro’s largest group of products are for horses, the company manufactures feed for poultry and a range of other animals.

“The Harris Farms family of brands has earned a well-deserved reputation in the poultry, farm and ranch industries by consistently delivering on their unwavering pledge of excellence in product quality and customer service,” said president and CEO Paul Slinkard. “We are proud to join Manna Pro, a company that has consistently proven its commitment to providing the animal nutrition and care industry with innovation and excellence.”

Harris Farms produces lines of poultry waterers and feeders, as well as chicken coop equipment such as nesting boxes, scoops, egg baskets, and bedding forks and shovels. They also manufacture egg incubators and heated drinker bases that prevent waterers from freezing.

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