The Maschhoffs Invests in the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers
02-13-2020 in News Release
The Maschhoffs, a fifth-generation hog producing family headquartered in Carlyle, Illinois, affirms its support of Iowa agriculture through an investment in the Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers (CSIF).
Brian Waddingham, executive director of the Coalition, says The Maschhoffs have been a long-time supporter of our efforts to work with farm families. “We’re extremely grateful for The Maschhoffs investment in the Coalition and appreciate their support of Iowa agriculture. “The agriculture industry remains a vital part of Iowa communities and Iowa’s 86,104 family farms continue to be a key driver of Iowa’s economy.”
With roots dating back to 1851 in southern Illinois, The Maschhoffs has preserved its family culture throughout its history. The Carlyle, Ill., headquarters is located just up the road from the family farm. The company has over 100 years of hog production experience, with a focus on creating environmentally and economically sustainable hog production systems. Visit themaschhoffs.com for more information.
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