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January 3, 2018

Update on Fire at House of Raeford Mocksville, NC Plant – January 3, 2018

Authorities are still investigating the cause of the Dec. 14 fire and determining the extent of the damage at the House of Raeford Mocksville plant. Because the investigation is ongoing, the company does not yet know when the plant will re-open. Because the investigation is ongoing, the company does not yet know when the plant… Read More

December 21, 2017

2017 in Review and a Look to 2018

Thanks to our growers, employees, clients and communities, 2017 has been a rewarding and fulfilling year for House of Raeford Farms. With the help of our growers and employees, we were able to raise healthy birds, deliver high-quality products to our clients, and grow our company. We all have a lot to be proud of… Read More

December 20, 2017

House of Raeford employees spread the spirit of Christmas this holiday season

This holiday season, House of Raeford Farms locations have made a point to spread holiday cheer and give back to their communities. We are proud of our employees in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Louisiana for embodying House of Raeford Farms FLOCK values and helping those less fortunate. FLOCK donated nearly 50,000 pounds of… Read More

December 20, 2017

Update on Fire at House of Raeford Mocksville, NC Plant – December 20, 2017

House of Raeford is still working with authorities to determine the cause of the fire. Following receipt of official investigative reports, House of Raeford will initiate the cleanup process, and will repair any damages as soon as possible. The company does not know when the plant will reopen, but is working diligently to get answers…. Read More

December 15, 2017

Update on Fire at House of Raeford Mocksville, NC Plant – December 15, 2017

Authorities are still in the process of determining the cause of the fire and the extent of the damage at the House of Raeford Mocksville plant. At this point, the company does not know when the plant will re-open. Employees will continue to be paid their normal wage until further notice. Human Resources officials are… Read More

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