In 1961 Ben Neier had an idea for a better feed mixer for the Beef feedlot industry. Starting in a garage in Mullinville, Kansas, Ben built the first mixer that would become the standard of the industry. Ben’s innovative engineering and dedication to the needs of the Beef feedlot operator and the Dairy industry started a progression of mixers and spreaders that are now sold under the Roto-Mix and Oswalt names. Operating from two manufacturing facilities located in Dodge City and Hosington, Kansas, Roto-Mix builds a broad range of Feed Mixers (both horizontal and vertical models), Feed Delivery Boxes and Compost Mixers, along with Waste Disposal machines that are sold to Dairy farmers and Beef feedlots and are used in commercial and industrial applications worldwide. The company has sales and service offices in Dodge City and Scott City, Kansas, and full-service dealers located throughout the USA and overseas.

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Roto-Mix operates in the following NAICS Codes:
33311 Agricultural Implement Manufacturing
333111 Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing
33329 Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing

Acquisition thinking:

North American manufacturers of similar machinery selling to the Dairy and Beef cattle industry. These manufacturers could be small or large.

Corporate spin-offs of product lines that compete with Roto-Mix; these could be smaller acquisitions.

Manufacturers of products sold into the same markets where the engineering and manufacturing skills of Roto-Mix will be a aid in further growth.

Overseas manufacturers of related machinery with dominant market share in their local marketplace.