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December 22, 2016

2016 in Review and a Look to 2017

By Bob Johnson 2016 has been a great year for House of Raeford Farms. I continue to be so proud of this company, the people who make it what it is, and the good work we are doing in the industry and in our communities. I’d like to share some of my highlights of 2016… Read More

December 19, 2016

Spreading Christmas Cheer at House of Raeford

At House of Raeford Farms, we strive to make a positive impact in our communities. During the Christmas season, we make a special effort to ensure that our neighbors are taken care of. Through our Wallace and Rose Hill, NC locations, funds were distributed to Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary School to support their Angel Tree. We also… Read More

December 5, 2016

Supporting Our Strongest Asset: Our Employees

Caring for our employees is foundational to House of Raeford Farms. Our employees are our most essential asset. They are our friends and neighbors, and caring for them, their families, and their wellbeing is our responsibility and our priority. Across the House of Raeford complexes, we strive to fulfill this responsibility in a number of… Read More

November 20, 2016

Caring for the Environment, Committed to Sustainability

“I am an environmentalist. And I believe farmers are environmentalists because they live off of the land and they love the land.” Those words, spoken by House of Raeford Farms CEO Bob Johnson, sum up our commitment to the environment. We know that our livelihood today and tomorrow relies on an environment that is protected,… Read More

November 16, 2016

Stepping Up to Care for Our Communities

At House of Raeford Farms, we believe in doing in right thing in all the things we do. So when disaster strikes in our backyard, we take action. Twice this year, that disaster struck. Back in August, prolonged rain led to historic flooding in Louisiana. Rainfall exceeded 20 inches and rivers reached record levels. We… Read More

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