The University of Illinois is a global leader in research and teaching in animal nutrition, animal sciences, and feed ingredient utilization. With a newly constructed, state-of-the-art Feed Technology Center, the University of Illinois and the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences live into their reputation as global leaders for new discoveries and advancement in animal management, nutrition, and production. The $20-million facility is located at the University of Illinois South Farms.
To learn more about the Feed Technology Center or contribute, view the factsheet or contact the ACES Office of Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-333-9355.
Scroll down to learn about our generous sponsors and read the latest news on the facility.
Feed Technology Center on November 11, 2020. Photo by Mark Avery.
Thank you to these donors for their support of the University of Illinois Feed Technology Center.
Construction progress photos.
Jun. 2021: Summer marks University of Illinois Feed Technology Center completion
Jan. 2021: Distinguished Illinois alum makes personal gift to Feed Technology Center
Oct. 2020: More than animal feed: Compeer Financial donates $50,000 to Illinois’ new Feed Technology Center
Jul. 2020: University of Illinois Feed Technology Center to Feature Vortex Products
Jul. 2020: State-of-the-art extruder amps up companion animal research, education
Mar. 2020: Spring 2020 FTC construction update
Jan. 2020: Illinois Pork Producers Association invests in Feed Technology Center
Oct. 2019: Bühler gift will power new Illinois Feed Technology Center
Aug. 2019: ADM invests $2.5 M towards Illinois Feed Technology Center
Aug. 2019: AGCO gift advances capabilities of new Illinois Feed Technology Center
Jun. 2019: Construction starting on new Feed Technology Center at Illinois
May 2019: Illinois Farm Bureau invests in Feed Technology Center
Apr. 2019: Alltech gift significantly expands capabilities of new Illinois Feed Technology Center
Nov. 2018: Illinois moving ahead with Feed Technology Center