Growth HyLife invests in US-processing plant

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Sunday, May 31, 2020
 Prime Pork and Comfrey Farms is a partially integrated pork production system engaged in the business of production, processing and sale of pork products.
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Prime Pork and Comfrey Farms is a partially integrated pork production system engaged in the business of production, processing and sale of pork products.

HyLife is partnering with Glen Taylor, purchasing 75% equity interest of Prime Pork LLC from Taylor Corporation.

Prime Pork, a recently renovated processing facility that produces, processes, and sells pork products out. The plant currently processes approximately 1.2 mill. hogs annually. This will increase HyLife’s processing capacity to 3.2 mill. hogs annually.

Prime Pork and Comfrey Farms is a partially integrated pork production system engaged in the business of production, processing and sale of pork products. Prime Pork is located in southern Minnesota, USA. The plant has both hog farming and processing assets. In the farming operations, it owns the pig inventory and has contracts with third parties for the barn facilities, feed and management required to raise the hogs. Currently these farms facilities raise 300,000 feeder hogs to market weight annually and source the remainder from third party suppliers. On the processing side, Prime Pork owns a processing facility, which currently processes one million hogs annually, on a single shift.

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