Manna Pro Corporation

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    Manna Pro strives to be a recognized leader in the care and nurturing of animals. As a leader, we will bring innovation, high and consistent quality, and excellent customer service to our customers and consumers.

    We are the successor to Carnation Company Milling Division, with a 161 year history of manufacturing and marketing diversified animal feed. E.A. Stuart founded the Carnation Company when he purchased the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company in 1899. Our antecedents include Albers Brothers Milling Co. and John W. Eshelman & Sons, the oldest established animal feed business in the U.S. (1842).

    Today, Manna Pro has developed into a multi-faceted, progressive company that stands as a leader in the fields of animal health and nutrition. From our flagship brand, Calf-Manna®, to the most popular horse treats on the market, Manna Pro products continue to be staples in barns everywhere.


    This Primary Supplier has been personally interviewed by NASC to ensure they understand membership requirements, as well as the quality standards they must uphold. They have also passed a rigorous independent audit of their facilities, earning them permission to display the Quality Seal, which demonstrates to consumers their commitment to the highest standards of quality in the industry.

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