Feed Mill

Large feed mill grain bins

Established in 1960, the feed mill is responsible for the processing and production of beef, dairy, swine, sheep and poultry feed, assisting university researchers on their research projects with consistent nutrition in each bag.

Depending on capacity, the feed mill can also produce feed for local community producers.

The corn used in rations comes from Foundation Seed, Bradford Research Farm and local farmers.


3600 New Haven Road
Columbia, MO 65202

  • From Columbia, take Highway 63 South.
  • East at the AC Exit
  • Quarter of a mile; sign on the south side


Manager – Donny Courter, dc73b@missouri.edu (email checked twice daily during business operating hours)

Business Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


Manager – Donny Courter, dc73b@missouri.edu

Assistant Manager – Kevin Pape, kpknb@missouri.edu


  • Mixing
  • Formulating
  • Delivering
  • Pelleting


Orders must be received one week in advance.

As a pneumatic mill, the feed mill is not able to process sweet feed or orders with molasses. Dry molasses is available, depending on the ration.

Equine feed is not available.

Contact Kyle Crane to establish new service, cranekg@missouri.edu

Service Fees

Mixing fees, pelleting fees and bagging fees are standard. Ingredient prices change based on the market.


500 lbs and under $0.025/lb

501 lbs – 2000 lbs $30.00 Flat rate per batch


$30.00 Flat rate per batch (500 lbs minimum)