How is COVID-19 affecting your feed business?

Tell Feed Strategy how your company is coping with COVID-19 and how you’re keeping your “essential” feed mill employees safe.

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Tell Feed Strategy how your company is coping with the novel coronavirus and how you’re keeping your ‘essential’ employees safe

Around the world, animal feed manufacturers have been classified as providing an essential service during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With their employees now classified as “critical infrastructure workers” and increased demand for animal proteins spurred by the fear of food shortages, new supply chain and labor challenges have surfaced.

The constant stream of COVID-19 updates and the rash consumer responses may be well intentioned, but the fast-moving nature of the pandemic and the ever-changing federal and local government responses have, on more than one occasion, led to confusion.

What has been your experience to date?

Has the virus presented unexpected opportunities?

How are your front-line employees dealing with the crisis?

Has it made you re-evaluate your internal processes, future investments or vendor relationships?

The global pandemic of COVID-19 has forced all businesses to quickly adapt to once-in-a-century circumstances. To ensure we’re providing the best coverage during these trying times, Feed Strategy wants to know how COVID-19 is affecting your feed operation.

To gauge your needs for navigating this new normal, we have put together a short survey to identify the information the feed industry really requires during the current crisis and to pinpoint where it is experiencing the greatest difficulties.

Please follow the link below to fill out the short questionnaire by April 20:

After the survey data is collected, Feed Strategy will run a report of the data.

This is your opportunity to make your voice heard; however, your identity will remain anonymous.

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