Poultry growers share issues

A delegation from South Korea met with local growers in Gentry Thursday

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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A delegation from South Korea recently visited with Gentry area poultry growers to learn how contracts and relationships between growers and integrators are handled in the United States. Pictured are Chanjin Chung, professor at Oklahoma State University; Hongjae Lee, poultry grower from S. Korea; Sejin Oh, poultry grower from S. Korea; Jung-Joo Kim, professor from KonKuk University in S. Korea; Bev Saunders and Al Saunders, local poultry producers; Karen Hunton and Jerry Hunton, local poultry producers; and Josh Payne, of the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extention Service.

A delegation from South Korea recently visited with Gentry area poultry growers to learn how contracts and relationships between growers and integrators are handled in the United States. Pictured are Chanjin Chung, professor at Oklahoma State University; Hongjae Lee, poultry grower from S. Korea; Sejin Oh, poultry grower from S. Korea; Jung-Joo Kim, professor from KonKuk University in S. Korea; Bev Saunders and Al Saunders, local poultry producers; Karen Hunton and Jerry Hunton, local poultry producers; and Josh Payne, of the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extention Service.
Photo by Randy Moll

A visit from Korean poultry producers to Gentry on Thursday revealed that producers in South Korea face many of the same difficulties as poultry producers in Arkansas and Oklahoma.


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