We asked Terry Wing to share about his role and achievements within Cobb over the past three decades and what that means for the poultry industry moving forward.
Cobb has developed research and development from basic selective breeding to digging down into the genetic data of pure lines to find the individual genes that support or suppress individual traits.
We asked Bob Ickes, Southwest regional sales manager, what he’s learned over the past four decades – about Cobb, about the poultry industry and about how to provide unmatched customer service – and to thank him for his years of service.
More than 200 athletes in the Special Olympics Arkansas program gathered at John Brown University for training in their respective sports. Each year, Cobb-Vantress supports the program on one evening of the weeklong event.
In 2013, there were more than 21 million veterans living in the United States. Cobb is committed to supporting veterans by providing employment opportunities across the country and coordinating a wide range of schedules and duties for members of the Reserves.
Cobb-Vantress partnered with Todd & Sargent — a construction and engineering company based in Ames, Iowa — to build its feed mill in Albany, Kentucky. The eight-day continuous concrete pour required 214 trucks, each carrying 10 cubic yards of concrete.
As part of their annual awards program, Cobb’s Technical Services team evaluates data from over 2,000 flocks to determine which customers using Cobb500 breeding stock have achieved truly spectacular results. This year, Cobb recognizes Nash Johnson & Sons Farms, Inc. – a North Carolina-based poultry integrator – as the top performing US customer using Cobb500 breeding stock.
Several years ago, Cobb began an awards program to recognize overall top performing customers who use Cobb breeding stock. While all Cobb customers are committed to excellence, some move beyond excellence and into a higher realm of performance.
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