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Jenkins Farm


Corris Jenkins III

Martin County / North Carolina

One of Corris’ proudest moments in his 15+ years of farming was being named the top producer after his second flocks of birds. With Corris, consumers can rest assured that his animals are handled with care and that his farm remains clean at all times. He’s a third-generation farmer who followed in his father’s footsteps in raising chickens. This wasn’t a hard decision for him to make, as he admires the way Perdue has always promoted foundations and practices that put family first. Corris lives in Martin County, North Carolina, and operates five houses.

number of poultry houses

5

types of farming

Chicken


became a perdue family farmer

2004

total acres

30


One of Corris’ proudest moments in his 15+ years of farming was being named the top producer after his second flocks of birds. With Corris, consumers can rest assured that his animals are handled with care and that his farm remains clean at all times. He’s a third-generation farmer who followed in his father’s footsteps in raising chickens. This wasn’t a hard decision for him to make, as he admires the way Perdue has always promoted foundations and practices that put family first. Corris lives in Martin County, North Carolina, and operates five houses.

length of time farming

Third-generation farmer. Farm has been in family for three generations.

fondest farming memory

Being named "Top Producer" after the second flock of birds

earth-friendly farm features

Litter shed and rock beds