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Allied Mills Holds Open
Open house and dedication
ceremonies for Allied Mills’ new
Lancaster feed manufacturing
facility were held Tuesday with
Roy E. Folck Jr., president and
chairman of the board for the
Chicago-based agribusiness firm,
welcoming the estimated crowd
of about 3.000 persons.
The new feed plant, designed
to serve a 30-county area of
southeastern Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Maryland and Delaware,
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Robert Burkhart, East Earl RDI, part of the delegation
from the Grassland FPA Chapter, inspects part of the complex
control center of the new Wayne Feed Mill.
Bob Barnes, manager of the new Lancaster plant, points
out a feature of the new mill to an interested visitor.
has a production capacity of
more than 80,000 tons per year
according to Donald L. Staheli,
vice president and general man
ager of the Wayne/East feeds
The ultra-modern plant is
highly automated and is run
from a master control panel
which directs the operation of
the entire production facility.
The mill is equipped to manu
facture both bulk and bag feeds.
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House for Wayne Feed Plant Here
Two vice presidents of Allied Mills, pro
ducers of Wayne Feeds, present at the open
house for the new Lancaster mill Tuesday
Opening of the new plant follows
operation for several years of a
company warehouse on the site
in the Lancaster-Hempfield In
Heading the production staff
as plant manager of the new
facility is Robert H. Barnes, a
veteran of Allied Mills who
formerly managed the com
pany’s Memphis, Tennessee,
plant. Plant superintendent is
Don Rose. The Lancaster region
sales team is headed by regional
sales manager, R. A. Psolla, and
Max C. Batnett, manager of
Allied Mills operates more
than 30 feed plants in the 37
states that constitute the Eastern
two-thirds of the United States.
The company is a major factor
in the production of broiler and
poultry meat and is a processor
of soybeans and dehydrated al
Two Wayne plant employes show the and Paris Good, feed salesman for Grubb
,end product, a 100-pound bag of feed. They Supply Co., Elizabethtown,
are Eugene Ebersole, left, fork lift operator,
Lancaster Farming. Saturday, September 18,1971
are: Don L. Staheli, left, vice president and
general manager of Wayne East, and Dr.
Merle Brinegar, vice president of research.
Ed Kraynak, Eastern region quality control supervisor,
demonstrates the use of an air oven for feed moisture tests
during an open house tour of the new Wayne Feed Mill Tues
day. The tests help maintain a constant moisture level in the
feed. He explained that Wayne emphasizes an outstanding
quality control program. ~