When Nutrition Partners started in 2003, the owners of Premier Nutrition believed there was a better way to service producers in Canada. The name Nutrition Partners came from that belief, that to be successful, we needed to become a partner with our customers. That belief has not changed.

Here at Nutrition Partners, we don’t only supply feed. We work with our clients; on their farms and with their livestock to promote growth through exceptional knowledge and support. To be successful, we must make our customers successful.

  • We put our Customers first and strive to provide results through top quality products and service
  • Our Employees are the foundation of our company and we make every effort to help them reach their full potential
We promise to provide our customers with exceptional customer service. Through our experience and knowledge, we will help find the best solution for your modern livestock production.

Recent News

Adopt a Family

February 6th, 2018|

Nutrition Partners Inc. (NPI) in Brandon (Manitoba) decided to participate in a local adoption program over the Christmas season, namely [...]

Brandon Hog Days

December 19th, 2017|

Nutrition Partners would like to thank everyone that attended the Brandon Hog Days and [...]

2017 Christmas Hamper

December 13th, 2017|

With 2017 coming to an end in a few short weeks, the staff at Nutrition Partners Inc. were tasked [...]

Swine News Letter – December 2017

December 12th, 2017|

Barley and Wheat Summary The days are getting shorter and cooler and the snow is on the ground, and [...]

Recent Publishings

Understanding the fine print in your Swine Operation

September 25th, 2017|

Submitted by Jan Geurts, Nutrition Partners Inc. Published: Canadian Hog Journal Vol 38 #5, Spring 2017, pp 36-43. Date of Issue [...]

Water Requirements for Pigs

May 10th, 2016|

Water Requirements for Pigs Water is the single nutrient that is required in the greatest quantity by [...]

Selecting Gilts for the Breeding Herd

April 1st, 2016|

Comprehensive gilt selection is critical to the long-term success and productivity of the sow herd. Poor gilt [...]

Feeding Space for Grow-Finish pigs

March 27th, 2016|

Feeding Space requirements for Grow-Finish pigs With live- and carcass weights increasing year over year the performance [...]