About Cargill

We believe big companies can and should do good. It’s in our purpose here at Cargill: to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way.

Just like our customers, we want to achieve the best results: from the research centres to the farms and everything in between. Our purpose is to bring distinctive value and trust to our customers through innovative solutions and capabilities to ensure their success.


Built on 137 years of Cargill global expertise and 85 years of Provimi livestock nutrition knowledge, at Cargill Animal Nutrition we strive to be the chosen partner in sustainable livestock production.

Technical expertise and resources

Our global team includes more than 1,500 research, development, applications, technical services and intellectual property specialists working in more than 200 locations. Together, they provide a spectrum of services encompassing technical service, applications, development, research, intellectual asset management, and scientific and regulatory affairs.

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Global knowledge. Researched solutions. Local expertise.

Producing more than 22 million tonnes of animal feed each year gives us unrivalled understanding of customers’ needs.  At Cargill Animal Nutrition we are uniquely positioned with unparallel expertise on livestock nutrition to support each farm’s requirement; balancing animal health and welfare and farm profitability, whilst leveraging the positive impact agriculture can have on our planet.


Find all our solutions for dairy, beef cattles and sheep.


Find all our solutions for piglets, pigs and sows.


Find all our solutions for broilers, layers, turkeys and more.

Pet and equine

Find all our solutions for pets and horses.


Our ambition is to have the most sustainable food supply chains in the world. From small family farms to global shipping lanes, Cargill works every day to implement new sustainable practices to reduce our impact on the planet and protect people. Through our long history, we have seen agriculture be part of the solution to the world’s most urgent challenges.