Bio-Vet and Keller break ground on new facility

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click image to zoomGround BreakingPictured from Left to Right are: Mike Peterson, Former Barneveld Village President; Rick Terrien, Iowa County Area Economic Development Corporation; Scott Leahy, Barneveld Village President; Jim Owens, Village Trustee; Bill Helwig, Bio-Vet Director of Marketing/Owner; Gary Grimsman, Bio- Vet National Sales Director/Owner; Bill Zimmer, Bio-Vet President/Owner; Bob Poch, Keller Project Manager; Doug Craker, Keller Supervisor; Dale Hatfield, Farmers Savings Bank; Mary Jo Ceniti, Farmers Savings Bank. Bio-Vet, Inc., and Keller, Planners, Architects and Builders, broke ground today for a new manufacturing and office building for Bio-Vet in Barneveld, Wis. Construction of the building, to be located at 300 Ernie Drive in Barneveld, is expected to be completed in October 2013.

Bio-Vet, Inc., founded in 1991, researches, manufactures and markets direct fed microbial and nutritional products for dairy and beef cattle, small ruminants and horses. Bio-Vet is a leader in using beneficial bacteria to improve animal health and productivity. The company holds U.S. patents for its innovative products. For more information, contact Bio-Vet at 1-800-246-8381 or visit

Keller is a design/build general contractor with offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Wausau and the Fox Cities.

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