Allen Harim Hatchery planned

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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Allen Harim, a leading producer and processor of chicken on Delmarva, plans to spend $22 mill. to build a new hatchery in Dagsboro.The new facility will have a capacity of 2.5 mill. eggs per week. This was reported by Delawarebusinessnow.
"Our ‘No Antibiotic Ever’ policy requires us to provide the healthiest start possible to each and every bird, and this new facility – the most technologically-advanced hatchery on Delmarva – will deliver that," said CEO Joe Moran. "It will also be more energy efficient and environmentally friendly."

The new 70,000-square-foot facility will be built on the company’s 19.84-acre site on Nine Foot Road in Dagsboro. The Sussex County Council recently approved tying the site into the county’s sewer and water infrastructure.

When complete, the company will close two older hatcheries, one in Seaford and one in Dagsboro. Employees at both locations will be offered opportunities at the new hatchery or other Allen Harim facilities. Headquartered in Seaford, Allen Harim operates a chicken processing facility in Harbeson; a breeding operation in Liberty, NC; a hatchery in Dagsboro, and a hatchery and feed mill in Seaford. The company employs more than 1,750 people in the United States, as well as more than 230 independent growers and 20 company farms across Delmarva.

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