WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S. — Cargill is closing its Wilson, North Carolina, U.S., feed manufacturing facility in a move to streamline operations, Wake Weekly reported.

A Cargill spokeswoman said the company decided to close the facility to streamline operations and “better serve customers more efficiently and effectively in the Southeast market.”

The closure is effective Nov. 29. Cargill said it will service customers out of other Cargill feed mills.

The facility was built in 1968 and purchased by Cargill in 1989 from Central Soya, Wake Weekly said.