Congratulations to Catalina A. from our Sheldon, IA swine production unit for being recognized as New Horizon Farms 2018 Safety Employee of the Year. Catalina is very committed to safety while at work. She continuously is looking for ways to improve our safety culture and encourages others to do the same. It is an extreme pleasure to have her on our team.
National Pig Day was March 1st and once again New Horizon Farms took this opportunity to educate and often times introduce a baby pig to small children at local pre-schools and daycares.
We also drop by area nursing homes and facilities to allow the elderly men and women a chance to hold the little pig and share their stories of life on the farm.
Thank you to all for allowing us this awesome opportunity to educate and brighten your day.
The South Dakota Chapter of the Outdoor Adventure Foundation provides outdoor adventures to Children and young adults with life-threatening illnesses, as well as to combat-disabled veterans that have lost a limb or are wheelchair bound. New Horizon Farms is proud to contribute to this worthy cause
New Horizon Farms sponsored the POW Hot Air Balloon for the Pipestone County Fair. Free rides for anyone interested!
June 1st saw several employees for New Horizon Farms, New Horizon Feeds and New Horizon Grain on Highway 75 for our Adopt A Highway event. Our employees volunteer their time to help keep a two mile stretch of the highway clean. We are proud to do our part to keep our community beautiful.
Tuesday, March 14th, New Horizon Farms proudly accepted the Pipestone Chamber of Commerce Large Business of the Year Award. New Horizon Farms has been active in the Pipestone community since 1993. Today, New Horizon Farms employs over 150 employees.
Congratulations to the Luverne Hockey team for their success at the tournament in Mitchell, SD. They ended up finishing in first place to win the tournament. New Horizon is a proud supporter of the team. And, our own Anthony Graphenteen is the coach.
National Pig Day is March 1st, and New Horizon Farms takes this opportunity to educate and often times introduce these animals to small children at local pre-schools and daycares. We also drop by area nursing homes and facilities to allow elderly men and women a chance to pet and hold a baby pig. It is often something they have not done since their youth or early adulthood. It is fascinating to hear them share their stories of days on the farm.