Cobb-Vantress donated over 24,000 pounds of protein to the Manna Center in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, as part of its commitment to supporting hunger relief and the local community. The donation included chicken, along with turkey and salami products. The Manna Center provides food and clothing assistance to those in need, and this donation is equivalent to more than 40,000 meals for people in Northwest Arkansas and Northeast Oklahoma.
Crow Group, Inc. of Morrilton, AR was recently awarded a contract for the construction of a new greenfield water treatment plant capable of producing 15 million gallons (about 56,781,150 L) of water per day (MGD) by the City of Hot Springs Board of Directors. The project will consist of the construction of a 27,000-sf water treatment train along with a 5,500-sf administration and laboratory building.
In August, the Department of Poultry Science hosted its annual scholarship golf tournament, which raised over $18,000 for the department's scholarship fund.
Evonik and BASF have entered into an agreement granting Evonik certain non-exclusive licensing rights to Opteinics – BASF’s digital solution to increase understanding and reduce the environmental footprint of the feed and animal protein industries.
Poultry Tech Summit, the essential global event for collaborating on next-generation technologies, features an agenda packed with groundbreaking innovation and insightful presentations, plus deep dialogue on new prospective industry solutions. Featuring speakers and panelists from AGRITX, Agrimesh Technologies, Exceldor, University of Georgia and more.
Wayne-Sanderson Farms has unveiled a new brand identity and logo following the recent merger of the two industry leaders. The company’s new identifying mark was designed to resonate the shared values and business objectives of what is now the third-largest poultry producer in the nation.
Straight out of high school, David Caldwell didn't envision a career in poultry science, yet he has been honored by the Poultry Science Association as a Fellow for his contributions to the field of poultry science and service to the organization.
Peco Foods, one of the nation’s largest poultry companies, had seven facilities recognized for their outstanding safety performance during the annual U.S. Poultry & Egg safety conference. The facilities that received an award included the Gordo, Alabama, Feed Mill; Sebastopol, Mississippi, Hatchery; Batesville, Arkansas, Processing Plant; Canton (Fulton St.), Mississippi, Processing Plant; Pocahontas, Arkansas, Processing Plant; Sebastopol, Mississippi, Processing Plant; and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Processing Plant.