Simmons Feed Ingredients

Wet Ingredient Facility

Along with driving an estimated $50 Million in economic impact for Arkansas, this state-of-the-art facility is a model for the future of ingredient production. Beginning with unprecedented sourcing traceability, Simmons is combining proprietary processes and exemplary food safety systems to yield innovative, top quality ingredients for pet food manufacturers.

1113 East Ashley Street
Siloam Springs, Arkansas 72761

Project Partner
CRB Consulting

Conceptual Model (Click to enlarge)

Conceptual Model (Click to enlarge)

Progress Photos


December 2015 Groundbreaking


Estimated State Economic Impact
$50 Million

Estimated Full-Time Positions

Total Square Footage

This project is supported by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC)

  • Arkansas Advantage (Income Tax Credit): Supports job creation based on the payroll of new, full-time, permanent employees hired as a result of the project

  • Tax Back: Provides sales and use tax refunds on the purchase of building materials and taxable machinery and equipment to qualified businesses

  • Grant: $1MM Grant supporting wastewater pretreatment operations at the facility


More information about these programs is available here

About Simmons Feed Ingredients

Simmons Feed Ingredients produces specialized ingredients for the pet food, aquaculture and animal feed industries. From its beginnings as a producer of chicken-based protein products, the company has grown to become a leading supplier of diverse, proprietary ingredients. Simmons Feed Ingredients drives innovation across the entire supply chain including traceable sourcing, custom transportation and quality control solutions.

Simmons operates multiple ingredient production facilities in Southwest City, Missouri and a Pet Food Ingredient Facility in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.


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Estimated Annual Revenue

Siloam Springs, Arkansas


30 Total
12 Production

Operations in Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Jersey and Ontario, Canada