PoultryUSA - March 2018 - 29
Sales channels (%)
Product forms (%)
include a new feed mill, hatchery, poultry
processing plant and wastewater treatment facility. Operations are expected to
begin in 2019.
Sales channels (%)
▶ In January 2017, Sanderson began
operations at its new St. Pauls, North
Carolina, facility. The complex includes a
new hatchery, processing plant, wastewater facility and the expansion of an existing feed mill in Kinston, North Carolina.
The upgrades cost about $161 million.
In December 2017, Sanderson CEO Joe
Sanderson Jr. predicted that the amount
of broiler meat produced in the U.S. will
grow by 9.7 percent by 2021 due to market conditions and industry expansion.
In 2018, the company will continue
the construction of a new complex near
Tyler, Texas. The $200 million project will
▶ In January 2017, Perdue announced it
◀ Randall M. Day
was investigating the merit of adopting
some form of slower-growing genetics to
its operations. In March 2017, Randy Day
was named as CEO of Perdue Foods,
replacing Jim Perdue, the company's
chairman. In July 2017, Perdue announced
the adoption of an animal welfare policy
in line with the Global Animal Partnership
(GAP) standards. This includes transitioning to strains of birds approved by GAP;
RTC '17....................... 62.86 ▲0.74%
(mil lbs. weekly)
Sales '17 (mil)
Heads slaughtered (mil/wk)
Further processing plants
FOR ALL SEASONS
From summer heat to winter frost,
the ecology of a broiler house is
constantly changing, which can lead
to an increased coccidiosis challenge.
The precocious strains of HATCHPAK®
COCCI III vaccine induce optimum
immunity with minimal lesions.1
So, at whatever level of coccidiosis
challenge, your flock can be safely
protected year round.
1 Data on file.
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