LM Animal Farms
Sold exclusively through pet superstores and neighborhood pet stores, LM ANIMAL FARMST provides high quality, farm fresh products to enhance the well-being of birds and small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils and ferrets.
The LM ANIMAL FARMST business started at an Ohio Dairy Farm in 1971. Understanding the need for quality products for their own animals and family pets, the farm's owners began formulating outstanding food and bedding products.
Quality and freshness are the cornerstones of LM ANIMAL FARMST products. Today, LM ANIMAL FARMST provides three lines of main meal bird and small animal diets: ClassicT, Vita VittlesT and BonanzaT, each providing a different mix of nutritious grains, fruits and vitamins. LM ANIMAL FARMST has also recently introduced a line of human-quality healthy snacks including Yogurt Soy Nut SurpriseT, Trail Mixes and exotic-flavored seed sticks.
LM ANIMAL FARMST boasts the cleanest manufacturing standards on the market. With a manufacturing plant adjacent to farmland, only the freshest seeds and ingredients are used, enabling our products to deliver their ultimate nutrient value. All of our seeds are inspected at the time they are received, and if our high standards are not met, they are not used. If a seed passes inspection, a three phase cleansing process is utilized to ensure consistent quality.
Top quality, frequently changed bedding is also critical for a healthy, pleasant living environment. LM ANIMAL FARMST provides a variety of bedding types, from red cedar to ponderosa pine to chlorophyll pine. These products are of the highest quality due to our screening, drying and filtering processes that remove dust, foreign particles and maintain a dry uniform consistency.
Beyond nutrition and bedding products, LM ANIMAL FARMST provides numerous other products to enhance the physical and emotional health of birds and small animals including cage accessories, feeding appliances and mineral blocks. Many of these bird products are developed right at our bird sanctuary next to the farm in Ohio.