March 17, 2017

Calling all House of Raeford Parents, Grandparents!

Do you have children or grandchildren who are interested in continuing their education? The application period for the 2017 House of Raeford Farms Scholarship Program is open through April 6! All employees’ dependent children and grandchildren who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs are eligible to apply. The electronic application… Read More

March 1, 2017

Update on House of Raeford Wallace Plant Fire Investigation

TEACHEY, NC—March 1, 2017: House of Raeford Farms today received updates from the fire investigative team regarding the recent fire at the company’s Wallace Plant. The investigative team consisted of investigators from the NCSBI, ATF, Duplin County Sheriff’s Office and the Duplin County Fire Marshal’s Office. While the official investigation is still in progress, preliminary… Read More

February 28, 2017

Update on House of Raeford Wallace Employee Reassignment Plans

TEACHEY, NC—February 28, 2017: The first round of employees displaced by the weekend fire at House of Raeford Farms’ Wallace Plant began work today at the company’s Rose Hill, NC facility. Following is an update on the first round of Wallace employee reassignments as of Tuesday evening: All Wallace managers—with the exception of some refrigeration… Read More

February 27, 2017

Official Update on House of Raeford Farms Wallace Plant Fire

TEACHEY, NC—February 27, 2017: During a news conference Monday afternoon, House of Raeford Farms sustainability and communications manager Dave Witter provided an official update from the Johnson and Beasley Families, owners of House of Raeford Farms, Inc., regarding the early Sunday morning fire the company’s Wallace plant: The Johnson and Beasley Families wish to extend… Read More

January 25, 2017

Chicken: The Perfect Option for a Healthier 2017

It’s not too late to kick those New Year’s Resolutions into high gear! High protein, low fat, vitamin rich and nutrient dense. According to nutritionists, chicken is a preferred protein for a healthy lifestyle, and here’s why. A serving of 100 grams (about three ounces) of cooked skinless, boneless breast has only one gram of… Read More

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