How Agriculture, Science and Economics Relate to MFiber


We live in a time when the Kardashians and Hollywood entertainers capture our attention and large amounts of capital for their entertainment. I remember learning in my history class about the decline of the Roman Empire and how Caesar learned quickly if he was to keep peace with the masses, he must give them food and circus. In present day, this is proven in Egypt where the Arab Spring really started when then the International Monetary Fund told the Egyptian President Mubarak that he must stop subsidizing bread and pay off his loans to the International Monetary Fund. He did stop subsidies of bread, which contributed to the start of the Arab Spring. Adding religion and democracy was only the thin icing on the cake.

Mubarak went to prison.

In the United States today we must direct our attention to changes in agriculture, science and economics in order for our children to have a meaningful life. Scientists must be our heroes as 75 years ago Einstein, Marie Curie and Enrico Fermi captured our imagination. Today, unknown scientists are taken for granted and live modest lives compared to our entertainers who give us only circus.

MFiber in bringing cost affordable, high-quality, all natural, non-GMO and domestically grown agricultural fiber that lowers the cost and improves the quality of a product desperately needed by humans and companion animals alike. Just like Steve Jobs changed your life forever with computer and I-phone products, MFiber is presenting a high-quality pet food fiber at a modest price. Controlling weight gain, minimizing diarrhea and constipation and improving digestive health are critical to improving the American way of life for animals and people. Not to mention the possible income to thousands of Mid-south farmers which would increase by not importing a single pound of dietary fiber.

I challenge all who read this to study products like MFiber and what it can do for your companion animals and some day for you too.

Cal Boender
Cal Boender, President
Calvin D. Boender was raised in the Dutch Christian Reformed area of Highland, Indiana. After high school, he attended Calvin College and graduated from Grand Valley State College, in 1978, with a bachelor's degree with honors in Political Science. An accomplished real estate developer throughout the past 35 years, Boender made his first investment in the agriculture industry in 2007. He partnered in various agricultural ventures with companies as diverse as Consolidated Barge & Grain and Topo Solutions Inc. Intrigued by the potential of M-Fiber, he formed Renew Biomass in 2015 to unlock the potential of Miscanthus grass. Since that time he has focused on disrupting the $2.4 billion dollar dietary fiber market and is in the process of bringing M-Fiber to the $28 Billion Dollar US Pet Food Market. Cal has been a major contributor to various philanthropic causes and non-profit organizations addressing the needs of children and less-fortunate individuals. He resides in the suburbs of Chicago with his wife and two dogs, where he enjoys reading and biking.