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Young People In Poultry: Kapri Sullivan

06/11/2019

Originally from Portland, Oregon, Kapri Sullivan attended college at University of North Carolina at Pembroke. A biology major, her initial career goal was to be a USDA inspector. At the time of graduation, there were no open inspector positions where she was considering living. When a ... Read More >

Young People in Poultry: Jason Norris

06/04/2019

Jason Norris first became interested in working for Sanderson Farms after a conversation with a neighbor, who happened to be a longtime employee of the company. He says she told him about how Sanderson Farms treats its employees, and it sounded like a place he’d like to work. After re... Read More >

Young People in Poultry: Maci Maness

05/28/2019

Maci Maness began her career with Sanderson Farms in 2013, after completing her accounting degree at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. While she hadn’t originally planned to work for a poultry producer, she decided to pursue a trainee position with Sanderson Farm... Read More >

Women in Agriculture: Amy Batal

06/26/2018

Animal production has always fascinated Amy Batal. Growing up in Agoura Hills, California, she worked at a ranch throughout high school. Batal graduated college with an animal sciences degree from California Polytechnic State University, went on to Iowa State University for a master’s... Read More >

Women in Agriculture: Alicia Walker

06/26/2018

For almost 13 years, Alicia Walker has worked at Sanderson Farms. She explains how interdisciplinary teamwork makes the company successful. Read More >

Women in Agriculture: Marty Ewing

06/26/2018

As Director of Technical Services, Dr. Marty Ewing is responsible for overseeing all laboratory operations throughout the company. She discusses her career in the ag industry and the changes she's seen over the years. Read More >

Women in Agriculture: Christie Harrison

06/04/2018

Christie Harrison and her husband, Jason, purchased their farm after he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Christie discusses what she calls "the best decision we've ever made" and the rewards of family life on a farm. Read More >

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