As the sole manufacturer of Bed-o’Cobs, The Andersons has provided the research community with the most trusted name in bedding since 1962. While we began with a single product (1/4″ Bed-o’Cobs bedding), our premium product offering today includes 15 of the highest quality bedding, enrichment, nesting and specialty products.
As rodent work gained popularity in the 1960′s, Bed-o’Cobs was quickly recognized as “the bedding of choice” throughout the industry. As DNA mapping and genome work began in the 1980′s, we continued to improve our products and services in accordance with researchers’ desires for the highest quality in bedding for their animals and studies.
While we were first known by our Bed-o’Cobs branded products, our product line now includes a much broader selection, aimed at making an unnatural environment more natural. From irradiated and qualified products available in autoclavable and bulk bags, to sterility and heavy metal testing, we also provide a number of services to the industry.
On October 30, 2012, The Andersons announced the purchase of Mt. Pulaski Products (Mt. Pulaski, IL). The completion of this purchase positions The Andersons as the industry’s only cob processor and product manufacturer with multiple mills. The addition of these mills, and the cob supply associated with them, will allow us to more effectively serve our customers and grow with them. For more information on Mt. Pulaski, visit www.andersonsmtpulaski.com.
Our products are used worldwide by today’s leading researchers including:
We are proud members of the following organizations and associations:
*Financial Benefactor, AALAS Foundation
What began as a single grain elevator and one man’s dream has grown into a publicly traded company with diverse interests that include agribusinesses such as grain and plant nutrients as well as railcar leasing and repair, industrial products formulation, turf products, retailing and most recently, ethanol operations.
The premise of the original organization, founded by Harold Anderson and his family, was to make it as easy as possible for regional farmers to take their corn to market. The business model of serving others, primarily the customer, is the foundation on which the company was built.
Today, throughout all of The Andersons’ business endeavors, the company and its nearly 3,000 employees are committed to providing extraordinary service with the utmost integrity.