News and analysis for the global poultry industry.
Poultry Processing & Slaughter
on April 30, 2015

Cooper Farms diversifies from turkey to pork, eggs

By building on its strength as a value-added meat processor, the turkey processor is branching out to eggs and pork.

Cooper Farms thrives in a poultry market crowded with larger, branded competitors by being efficient in live production and staying close to customers as a private-label, value-added meat processor.
A lot has changed since Virgil and Virginia Cooper founded Cooper Farms in 1938 through growing around 500 meat turkeys, mainly…

To view the full article, please register or login.