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Borders Poultry Supply Named 2017 Agribusiness of the Year

 

By C. Wayne Mitchell, Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce
 
The Nacogdoches County Agriculture Committee announced that Borders 
Poultry Supply, located in Center and Nacogdoches, Texas, is the 2017 recipient of the 
Agribusiness of the Year Award, sponsored by First Bank & Trust East Texas.
 
The Award will be presented at the 16th Annual Nacogdoches County Agricultural Banquet on 
April 10th at 6:00 p.m. at the Nacogdoches County Exposition and Civic Center and is sponsored by TFP Nutrition.
 
 
Today, Borders Poultry Supply is owned and managed by Fred and Linda Borders.  Mr. and Mrs. 
Borders have also raised poultry for integrators on their personal farms since 1971.  They have 
gained irreplaceable knowledge about poultry farming and the need for competitive pricing 
through this hands-on experience.
 
Fred and Linda Borders opened Borders Poultry Supply in 1989 in Center.  This outstanding
 family-owned business experienced great success under the Borders strong 
business principles centered on providing outstanding customer value and the importance of 
excellent service.
 
In December 2000, Borders Poultry Supply acquired the Chore-Time Brand and opened a 
second location in Nacogdoches. 
 
The future of Borders Poultry Supply as a family-owned business is bright!  Fred and Linda’s 
daughter, Kim Borders Payne, after attending Stephen F. Austin State University and receiving  
her MBA in 2001, joined the family business in 2000.  Kim serves in a variety of administrative 
roles.  Kim’s husband Rob Payne joined the company in 2008 and serves in the 
management structure of the company. 
 
Borders Poultry Supply has established longstanding relationships with growers throughout the Nacogdoches Area and hopes to continue to work with the growers and support the 
community.  “We build strong customer relationships and that keeps them coming back!” 
according to Rob Payne.
 
The company employees a total of 20 people at the two locations.  Many of them are 
long-term employees with many years of service.  
 
The organization as a whole is proud of the many community organizations it
supports including youth in agriculture, school groups, community groups, events and other organizations.
 
Today, you can count on Borders Poultry Supply Company for quality in workmanship along 
with fair and competitive pricing from a knowledgeable and friendly staff.
 
The Nacogdoches County Agriculture Committee is pleased to name Borders 
Poultry Supply as the 2017 recipient of the Agribusiness of the Year Award.
 
Shirttail:  C. Wayne Mitchell is President/CEO of the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce
 
SIDEBAR:
The 16th Annual Agriculture Appreciation & Awareness Banquet presented by TFP Nutrition is April 10 at the Nacogdoches County Exposition & Civic Center.  Tables and tickets are available. Contact the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce at 936-560-5533 for details. The event begins at 6  p.m., and the meal is sponsored by Mast Cattle & Timber Investments.
 
Gary and Sue Atkins Agricultural Scholarship Awards will be presented to Nacogdoches County students, and ag appreciation awards will be presented to the following:
• Farm Family of the Year: Hyman and Ben Boozer Family (sponsored by Tipton Ford-Lincoln);
• Pete Smith Agriculture Pioneer: Hank Curbow (sponsored by Heritage Land Bank);
• Agribusiness of the Year: Borders Poultry Supply, Inc. (sponsored by First Bank & Trust East Texas);
• Agriculture Educator of the Year: Melvin Adams (sponsored by Citizens 1st Bank).
 
 

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