Meet Elvis Ordonez-Antonio. He is responsible for unloading trucks from our carton manufacturer and distributing the cartons to the packing line, ensuring that each line has the amount of cartons they will need for the day.
Introducing Vanessa Cooper, one of Braswell Family Farms’ all-star packers. As a packer, Vanessa removes the egg cartons from the packing line once they are filled with eggs, and places them into cardboard boxes to be sent to our grocery customers across the Mid-Atlantic.
For the fifth consecutive year the Women’s Choice Award® has named Eggland’s Best America’s Most Recommended™ Eggs. The Women’s Choice Award® seal helps women make smart choices for themselves and their families based on the experiences and recommendations of women across the nation.
The V Foundation for Cancer Research’s Victory Ride to Cure Cancer, a one-day charity cycling event benefiting the V Foundation in Raleigh, N.C., is delighted to announce Braswell Family Farms as presenting partner. Braswell Family Farms is joining the V Foundation on May 18 to help achieve Victory Over Cancer®.
Braswell Family Farms celebrated our 75th anniversary with our vendor partners on Thursday, March 7. Our fourth-generation, family-owned farm held an oyster roast event at Rocky Mount Mills with more than 150 vendor partners in attendance.
Meet Jermaine Mills, but many folks call him Frog, a nickname Jermaine’s grandfather gave him that stuck around. Frog is one of egg delivery drivers servicing the Raleigh and southwestern Virginia areas.
Meet Chumany Richardson, our Warehouse Coordinator at our egg processing facility in Nashville, NC. Chumany was promoted to the position after excelling as our feed customer service clerk for three years.
Meet Sherry Cooke, our Braswell Family Farms Human Resources Specialist. As our HR Specialist, Sherry ensure that our company is being the best stewards of the employees who devote their time and energy to our success.
Meet Ben Smith, one of our drivers that delivers eggs to grocery stores and distribution centers across North Carolina. Ben joined the Braswell family four years ago and says “he never looked back.” His wife found the job online and Ben recalls that he interviewed the same day he applied.
Meet Gerson Torres, our Corporate Chaplain at Braswell Family Farms. Gerson serves as our Chaplain throughCorporate Chaplains of America, an organization that seeks to “build caring relationships with the hope of gaining permission to share the life-changing Good News of Jesus Christ in a non-threatening manner.”
Braswell Family Farms, one of the foremost producers of premium and specialty eggs and feed on the East Coast, has been named one of the family businesses of the year in the Triangle Business Journal’s annual Family Business Awards. The award honors multi-generational, family-owned businesses for overall excellence, innovation, ethics, philanthropy and contribution to the strength of the region.
Meet Brian Harris, our Feed Mill Supervisor at Braswell Family Farms. An average day in Brian’s shoes includes receiving ingredients to make feed, creating feed formulas based off each flock’s needs, and receiving and sending feed orders.
We would like to introduce you to Woody Harper, our Field Maintenance Manager at Braswell Family Farms. Woody’s day-to-day includes troubleshooting maintenance repairs from electrical and plumbing, to the upkeep on equipment.
Meet David Holloman, our Feed Mill and Operations Manager at Braswell Family Farms. David oversees the daily operations at our feed mill and the maintenance of the machinery that works to grind and produce our feed.
Braswell Family Farms celebrated our 75th year in business on Saturday, October 6. Our fourth-generation, family-owned farm held a company-wide event with food, fun, and fellowship at Boddie Mill, our business’ first location.