USHJA Announces Cargill as Contributing Sponsor

April 10, 2012



Lexington, KY - The United States Hunter Jumper Association is pleased to announce Cargill, maker of Nutrena feed, as a USHJA Contributing Sponsor.

USHJA Contributing sponsors support the initiatives of association and provide the association with enhanced opportunities to expand its reach while providing members with access to quality companies that offer increased member benefits.

“We all have horses and providing them with a quality feed product is something we all care about. Having Cargill as a contributing sponsor of the association will provide a greater opportunity for members to receive quality information regarding feed and nutrition.” said Shelby French, CEO of USHJA.

Cargill manufactures and markets a complete line of Nutrena® brand feeds and supplements that help horses and all classes of livestock maintain optimal health throughout all stages of life. Using the highest-quality ingredients and the most up-to-date nutritional technology, Cargill is committed to the health, well-being and safety of its customers' horses, livestock and pets. For more information on its Nutrena® brand products, visit www.nutrenaworld.com.

“Equine nutrition and the proper care of animals is at the heart of what we do, for companion animals and for those that compete,” said Jackie Rieck, marketing manager for Cargill’s Nutrena® brand. “Our passion for nutrition aligns well with the USHJA’s dedication to promoting equine sports and education.”

About Cargill: Cargill is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. Founded in 1865, the privately held company employs 139,000 people in 65 countries. Cargill helps customers succeed through collaboration and innovation, and is committed to applying its global knowledge and experience to help meet economic, environmental and social challenges wherever it does business. For more information, visit Cargill.com and its news center.

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