Governor Sununu tours Bow Feed Mill and discusses local impact
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu visits Kent Nutrition Group’s Blue Seal manufacturing feed mill in Bow. Pictured from left to right: Wayne Dimond, KNG Eastern Regional Director of Operations; Carol Reynolds, Kent Corporation VP of Human Resources and Communications; Mike Gauss, KNG President; Governor Chris Sununu; Michael Yanski, KNG Bow Plant Manager; Shawn Connor, KNG Quality Control Supervisor; Nick Richardson, KNG Northeast Dairy Sales Manager; Mike Higgins, KNG Bow Production Superintendent
BOW, N.H. – New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu highlighted one of the state’s great businesses with a tour of Kent Nutrition Group’s (KNG) Blue Seal manufacturing feed mill in Bow on Monday, December 9. The plant in Bow was built in 1942 and produces animal feed for its valued customers across the New England area.
The governor’s tour of the facility lasted an hour and was focused on issues facing the community and feed mill industry. Governor Sununu concentrated on commercial and public use of railroads, the dairy industry and workforce development.
“I have driven by this building since I was five years old, but have never had the opportunity to walk in, so this is great,” said Governor Sununu. “I can’t believe this whole operation runs with 12 people,” he said.Continue reading