Reid Stock­feeds new look pack­ag­ing

Farm World News - - Farm World 2016 -

At this year’s Lard­ner Park Field Days, Reid Stock­feeds will be show­cas­ing their new look dairy stock­feed pack­ag­ing within MG Trad­ing’s tent. The bags will be­gin ap­pear­ing within stores over the next month.

The new bags fea­ture a sep­a­rate tab and rip which will make open­ing them a much faster and eas­ier prospect and are loaded with other fea­tures in­clud­ing at­trac­tive photo qual­ity in­for­ma­tion on both the front and back of the bags and in­cludes feed­ing in­struc­tions, and an anti-skid de­sign to pro­vide sta­bil­ity in pel­leti­sa­tion and bag stitch al­low­ing the stock feed to breathe.

“The stock feed will be the same qual­ity prod­uct which saw us be­come a top four stock feed dis­trib­u­tor with MG Trad­ing across Vic­to­ria (in our first year) but the bag de­sign is now far su­pe­rior,” said Mar­ket­ing Man­ager Nick Reid.

“We be­lieve the pre­vi­ous bag de­signs weren’t ad­e­quately sup­port­ing the mes­sage we try to project to our cus­tomers, which is one about us­ing premium feed in­gre­di­ents to ex­tract the best health, fer­til­ity and milk out­put from your herd”.

He said Reid Stock­feeds un­der­stood that the dairy in­dus­try has sea­sonal feed­ing needs and it was im­por­tant that their pack­ag­ing re­flects the qual­ity of crushed grain mixes that are put to­gether by their multi cer­ti­fied milling plants.

“We back our prod­ucts for su­pe­rior con­sis­tency and qual­ity against most other com­peti­tors in stock feed. Our plants are all ISO9001 cer­ti­fied to­gether with be­ing Feed­safe ac­cred­ited. Striv­ing for bet­ter pro­cesses is a con­stant which has been key to our busi­ness over the last 33 years.”

“Par­tic­u­lar fo­cus has been in­vest­ment in our mill in­fra­struc­ture in the last 12-months to en­sure the cus­tomer is sup­plied with crushed grain’s for­mu­la­tions that meet an even higher level of scrutiny”.

The bag team at Reid Stock­feeds.

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