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Our story

Since 1979, Groan has been an important link in the animal feed chain. Although recent years have shown the market to be unpredictable and uncertain, we’ve always been a stable and reliable partner.

All our employees feel responsible for the raw materials we provide. After all, we know exactly how important it is to have the right raw materials at the right time. Looking for a different product or need to update your order size? We’re happy to help you find a solution.

We are not only aware of our important role within the animal feed chain, we also feel responsible and prefer looking beyond tomorrow. We know all too well that there’s still plenty of room for improvement.

While delivering the quality you have come to expect from us, we continue to expand our horizons and explore new, greener options. We supply products that our customers want and the planet demands, as well as the animal feed ingredients of tomorrow.

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Storage and transshipment in Twente

Our logistics centre is ideally situated for transport between Germany and the eastern Netherlands.

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Always nearby

With our wide network of storage locations and plants, there’s guaranteed to be a site near you.


The Goldilocks principle

Our size is ‘just right’, and compound feed factories reap the benefits: while we’re big enough to keep enormous stocks and guarantee delivery of the raw materials they order, our organisation is small and agile enough to offer flexibility. Need a shipment this afternoon? No problem, we’ll get it done.

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Our people, our pride

All our Groan employees do everything they can to offer security and quality in each and every way.

Meet our team

Marije van Brenk
Junior Controller

Discovering daily how Groan's vision is embedded in the company, in the actions of my colleagues. I find that amazing!

Anneleen de Groot
Hans Lam

“We have a proven track record as a stable and reliable partner


Corporate Social Responsibility

Fonio: grain for Chad

We’re an altruistic bunch. That’s one of the reasons why we support initiatives like ‘project fonio’ in Chad. In this African country, one of the world’s poorest, we help teach female farmers how to grow and process fonio to boost income, food security and climate resilience.