FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 13, 2017

Willmar, MN –  FeedLogic Corporation (FeedLogic) has announced that effective January 30, 2017, Chief Executive Officer Andrew (Drew) Ryder has stepped down from his role as CEO and James Reining has assumed the role of CEO. Mr Ryder’s last day with the company was February 10, 2017. His future plans have not been disclosed at this time. The hiring of Mr. Reining concludes an extensive national search and interview process that began in November, 2016 by the FeedLogic board of directors.

Reining has spent most of his career in the petroleum equipment industry, culminating as the as the owner of Eagle Welding and Petroleum Equipment in St. Cloud Minnesota which he sold and is now operating successfully under new ownership. After selling his company, Mr. Reining and his wife spent time traveling but recently he felt he needed a new challenge and was looking for an opportunity when he discovered the FeedLogic position. Jude Conway, of the company’s board directors replied, ”we are quite pleased, that after months of reviewing resumes from all over the U.S. we found such a qualified candidate in our back yard.”

Mr. Reining, as the incoming CEO will assume responsibilities for managing all the day-to-day operations of Feedlogic including, sales, marketing, manufacturing and service of the company’s family of products used in the pork and poultry industries. His management of a company that fabricated and installed equipment, primarily in rural settings makes him well suited to take on the challenges at FeedLogic.

“FeedLogic has quality equipment and fantastic people working for it and I am honored to be chosen as its new leader, said James Reining.

About FeedLogic Corporation

FeedLogic Corporation is a provider of robotic and electronic feeding equipment and related products for swine and poultry production located in Willmar, Minn. Its flagship product is FEEDPro, an intelligent feed delivery unit where precise amounts of feed are automatically loaded and can be delivered to any feeder in any quantity.