ANIMART, Inc. recently donated nearly $30,000 to the Wisconsin FFA on behalf of dairy and livestock producers who purchased Pfizer Animal Health vaccines during a 2010 winter and spring program.
“We are proud to have offered large animal clients and producers a program to support FFA through their purchases of Pfizer Animal Health products during a three month promotion,” says Ruth Metz, co-owner of ANIMART with her husband, Dr. James Metz. “ANIMART, through our clients, is pleased to help FFA chapters across Wisconsin develop tomorrow’s future agriculture leaders.”
For every eligible purchase of Pfizer Animal Health cattle vaccines from January 1 thru March 31, 2010, ANIMART donated one percent to Wisconsin FFA.
The donation will support Wisconsin FFA programs that complement instruction in agricultural education by giving students practical experiences in agriculture, personal growth and career success skills for members.
Since last year, ANIMART has been a member of the Blue and Gold Society, an elite group of nearly 40 individuals and organizations who generously demonstrate their support of Wisconsin’s FFA members and programs by contributing $10,000 or more. Since 2008, ANIMART has contributed more than $70,000 to the Wisconsin FFA Foundation supporting agricultural education and FFA programs benefiting nearly 18,000 Wisconsin FFA members.
Source: ANIMART, Inc.