Mar-Jac Poultry acquires Marshall Durbin

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. – Mar-Jac Poultry bought out Birmingham, Al.-based Marshall Durbin in a deal finalized Jan. 24, according to news reports. The deal includes a poultry processing plant, hatcheries, feed mills, a laboratory and distribution center. No other details of the agreement were released.

Mar-Jac processes chicken for wholesale distributors, the foodservice industry and for export. The company's plant is halal certified. Mar-Jac processes 2 million chickens per week at its Gainesville, Ga. facility, according to the company's website. The company employs 1,200 workers at its Georgia plant and 1,000 at its Mississippi operations. The Marshall Durbin acquisition adds another 1,000 workers in Alabama.
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By Butch Johnson 1/31/2014 12:53:32 PM
Congratulations to Mar-Jac and the employees of Marshall Durbin.Mar-Jac is a first class company with great people.