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Scratch and Peck Feeds receives $100,000 grant

Oct 1st, 2015 | Category: News

BELLINGHAM – Scratch and Peck Feeds was selected to receive a $100,000 grant from Chase, one of only 20 businesses nationwide, and the only recipient in Washington State. More than 30,000 business owners from all 50 states submitted applications for one of 20 Mission Main Street Grants® from Chase. Owner Diana Ambauen-Meade established Scratch and Peck Feeds in 2010, a family-owned feed mill dedicated to producing healthy, organic animal feed free of genetically modified organisms. The company, located at 1645 Jills Ct Suite 105 in Bellingham, has grown significantly and is the first North American company to be certified organic and non-GMO verified. The company received the check on Sept. 18 and plans to use their grant to build a semi-automated packaging line, which would increase productivity while reducing turnaround time for customer orders. For more about Scratch and Peck Feeds, see

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