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0618 Safety Awards Release Web
Regan Myers 06-04-2018

The Maschhoffs Recognizes "Safety Excellence"

Thirteen farms have gone years without any recordable incidents. Representatives from most farms made it to Horizon Conference to receive their awards. Pictured from left to right: (front) Regina Berry of Enterprise 2 Nursery, Melissa Diericks of Bible 1, Linda Pearson of NEGL Boar Stud, Brandon Westfall of Pikeland, Marie Prilika of Enterprise 2 Farrowing, Ken Maschhoff, (back) Dave Maschhoff, Mark Nagel of the Carlyle Feed Mill, Bob Jorgenson of the Gothenburg Feed Mill, TJ Vacura of Gosper 1 Farrowing, Wade Danner of Archery Sow, Javier Pena of Bald Eagle and Dr. Bradley Wolter. Not pictured are representatives from Cedar Rapids Farrowing, TSP Farrowing and Enterprise 1 Nursery

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0518 Core Values Release Web
Regan Myers 05-21-2018

Brenda Gonzalez Receives The Maschhoffs’ 2018 Core Values Award

In 2011, The Maschhoffs established the Core Values Award as a way to celebrate individuals in the business who provide tremendous leadership or keen business decisions that are rooted in the company’s core values. This year’s winner was Brenda Gonzalez of Hinton, Oklahoma, Team Lead at Randolph Sow.

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05 18 New Leadership Release Web
Regan Myers 05-07-2018

The Maschhoffs Welcomes Dr. Justin Fix and Rich Hollis

The Maschhoffs recently welcomed Dr. Justin Fix and Rich Hollis to the company to serve in leadership roles.

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0318 Bear Grove Video Mobile
Regan Myers 03-23-2018

State-of-the-Art Facility Renews The Maschhoffs’ Commitment to Raising Pigs

Bear Grove, a state-of-the-art genetic nucleus farm, houses the maternal genetics line for The Maschhoffs’ herd of animals. The new 2,500-head sow farm is the first of its kind for the company and a demonstrated commitment to the future of the pig industry.

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0318 Blizzard Release Mobile
Regan Myers 03-12-2018

Pig Care Braves the Elements

On January 21 and 22, 2018, a blizzard passed through Nebraska. More than 80 employees across the state ventured out to weather the storm in barns to ensure generators were in working order and pigs were comfortable. The efforts of these employees were able to save hundreds of pigs from freezing in the winter weather conditions.

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