INDIANAPOLIS — Miller Poultry of Orland was once again part of a statewide effort to deliver several tons of poultry products to those in need during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch and Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler recognized the generosity of Indiana’s poultry producers at the 74th annual Indiana state poultry recognition event hosted at the Indiana Statehouse.
Over the past year, Indiana poultry farmers have donated nearly 100 tons or 200,000 pounds of poultry products to Hoosiers in need.
Officials with Miller Poultry say they will also be doing several other donations over the next month locally in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
With its main facility in Orland, Miller Poultry is one of the leading employers in Steuben County, and also the tri-state region. They are known not only as major contributors to the local economy, but also for giving back to the communities they serve.
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