Guy Cameron starts the company as a commercial feed business in Arkansas
Guy’s son, Ted Cameron builds (4) Feed Mills to supply growers in Arkansas
The company partnered with seven Arkansas firms representing various segments of the poultry business and began processing chickens and incorporated into Mountaire Poultry, Inc. in 1964.
The company incorporated as Mountaire Corporation
Ted’s son, Ronnie Cameron named President and CEO.
Purchased H&H Poultry in Selbyville, DE – began processing poultry in DE
Purchased Piedmont Poultry in Lumber Bridge, NC
Purchased the Millsboro, DE operation from Townsends including Central Grain Facilities
Constructed new Feed Mill in Candor, NC
Purchased Tyson Feed Mill in Princess Anne, MD
Purchased three Hostetter Grain Facilities: Trappe, MD; Queen Anne, MD; and Seaford, DE
Purchased Mauney Grain in New London, NC
Constructed VRT Freezer & Freezer Warehouse in Lumber Bridge, NC
Opened the Health & Wellness Center in Millsboro, DE
Purchased Carmean Grain Facilities in Ridgely, MD
Constructed the Resource Recovery Plant in Millsboro, DE
Purchased Gavilon Grain in Townsend, DE
Purchased the Townsend/Omtron Hatchery in Siler City, NC
Opened the Health and Wellness Center in Lumber Bridge, NC
Purchased Star Milling in Statesville, NC as our Breeder Feed Mill
Opened the Health and Wellness Center in Selbyville, DE
Acquired a former processing plant in Siler City, NC and immediately began work to renovate and update the facility into a modern, state-of-the-art food plant. The expansion will add over 500 jobs and will provide a significant contribution to the local economy.
Completed construction of a modern, state of the art Corporate Office Building in Millsboro, DE. The building was opened in October 2016.
Purchased the grain elevators and operating assets of Lansing Trade Group LLC in Eastville and Painter, Virginia. The purchase of these facilities is an important investment in the local economy and will continue Mountaire’s long history of great relationships with local farm families and growers on the Delmarva Peninsula.