HACCP  12/04/12 10:45:03 AM

HACCP- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point

Consistent feed quality is important to ensure the wellbeing of your animals.  The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) process is a preventative control system to identify potential hazards and risks in the mill on a regular basis.  CP Feeds became one of the first feed mills in Wisconsin to be HACCP certified in February 2012.  This certification verifies that the feed coming out of our mill is of the highest quality at all times.

HACCP encompasses all aspects of the mill, documenting in detail each procedure.  Order taking and visitor control, calibrating scales and performing mixer validation tests, managing transportation and storage are just a few examples of what the certification controls.  Additionally, sanitation and other premise controls such as proper lighting and pest traps are recorded.  The HACCP procedures allow the feed to be easily traced and ensure clear shipping records along with appropriate manufacturing documentation. 

CP Feeds made the decision to become a HACCP certified mill because we care about the quality of our products.  Made with the precise prescription your livestock require, these products are concisely measured down to the smallest of increments.  We have decided to dedicate the time and resources needed to maintain certification so that as a producer, you can have confidence that the feed you are giving to your animals is consistent, healthy and contaminant free. 

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