Where is Perdue Farms Corporate office Headquarters

Perdue Farms Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 31149 Old Ocean City Rd, Salisbury, MD 21804, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 410-543-3000
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 25,000
  • Established: 1920
  • Founder: Arthur W. Perdue; Pearl Perdue
  • Key People: Jim Perdue, (Chairman)

Perdue Farms Headquarters Location & Directions

Perdue Farms Headquarters Executive Team



Randall M. Day

Chief Executive Officer

Robert Turley


Mark Garth

Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President

About Perdue Farms, History and Headquarters Information

Perdue Farms was founded in the year 1920. The company has been active for almost 99 years now. The founder of the company was Arthur W Perdue. The company had started out selling eggs and then in the year 1925, the founder had built the company's first hatchery and began selling layer chicks to farmers instead of only eggs for human consumption as well. he company was incorporated as AW Perdue & Son and the founder’s son, known as Frank Perdue, had assumed leadership in the 1950s as well. The company had also begun contracting with local farmers to raise its birds and supplying chickens for processing as well as opening a second hatchery in North Carolina during this period too. The company had entered the grain and oilseed business by building grain receiving and storage facilities and Maryland's first soybean processing plant. As of the year 1968, the company began operating its first poultry processing plant in Salisbury. In the year 1991, the son of Frank Perdue was named as the chairman of the company. As of the year 2013, the company was third-largest American producer of broilers and had almost 7 per cent share of the USA chicken production industry. The headquarters of the company is based in 31149 Old Ocean City Rd. The name of the place is Salisbury, while the name of the state is Maryland, USA. The pin code is 201804.

Perdue Farms is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of agricultural foods and meat, to its customers and clients in the USA. The current CEO of the company is Randy Day. As of the year 2016, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $6.7 billion. Also, the number of employees currently working at the company, as of the year 2019, is more than 21000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to obtain various kinds of food products, including processed chicken, turkey and pork, that are produced and offered by the company itself.

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  • Ronald Morton says:

    I have been waiting 7 weeks for my order. I want a refund. You people appear to be thieves so I don’t expect you to refund my money. You still are taking orders though you can’t deliver. that makes you thieves.
    Order No. Z-PEF-231388

  • Deborah LaRive says:

    I buy Perdue chicken because your plants are peanut and tree nut free. But the fact that you have workers with COVID-19 I am extremely upset that you would still be sending your products to the stores. The plastic holds onto the virus for up to three days. I want a refund for all the chicken in my freezer and I am going to have to disinfect my freezer. If I had know that you have workers with COVID-19 in your plant I would have never purchased your product. The way you are treating your employees because they want safer working conditions is deplorable.

  • David P. says:

    As we finish a Perdue Oven Roaster chicken for dinner, I will tell you that NEVER again will we ever buy another Perdue Product after watching the Perdue suck up to the worst, most obscene, immoral, embarrassing, incompetent president this country has ever seen. What’s wrong with you to attach yourself to this total idiot. Goodbye purdue chickens. We will have to buy the inferior other chickens that our store sells. You are idiots!!!!
    David Patterson, New Ipswich, NH. What’s wrong with you to declare that you are Trump suck ups??????

  • Stephen Korman says:

    I just was connected with a online consultant from your company which went as followed:

    Consultant: Welcome how can I help with your question?
    Me: I was looking for an email address to the company, to ask why the chicken breast meat tastes gamey.
    Consultant: I’ll do all I can to help. Can you tell me more about what’s going on? How are you
    Me: sometimes I buy a package of chicken, sometimes I buy a package of chicken breast breast (I made a mistake and sent this too quick).
    Consultant: is there anything else the expert should be aware aware of?
    Me: sorry it sent before I was finished,, sometimes I’ve bye sometimes I’ve bye a package of chicken breast a package of chicken breasts and it tastes fine. Then there’s other times when I buy a package of chicken breast it tastes, the only way I can describe is gamey to the point I can’t eat it anymore. I have started to purchase my chicken from a local butcher and it is fine every time I purchase it. I just wanted wanted your company to know about this, I am not looking for anything for anything for free, and I am not a crazy person lol, I just wanted your company to know that it is not only myself that is experiencing the same thing thing.
    Consultant: Ok, got it, I’m sending you to a secure page to join just answer for only $1 (fully refundable). while you’re filling out that form, I’ll tell the expert about your situation and then connect you two.


  • Marie lee says:

    I have purchased Perdue’s chicken as long as I can remember. I have never had a problem. Last roaster I bought looked very plump and was heavy. I thought I had a good size bird to roast, have as sandwiches and I also make soup. As I tested it with a fork I kept hitting bone instead of thick chicken. While my husband carved it, it looked like a very bony chicken. My first thought was that this chicken was shot with water. That is the only reason I can come up with for it being so plump and heavy. Please reply

  • Amie Boluyt says:

    I’m so sorry that you’ve had to demoralize the good name of your family to try and trick children into eating vegetables. My daughter is 19 and I never tricked or coerced her to eat good food!! If anything your family should be working towards a better way to bring quality nutrition to children. I’ve been a pediatric nurse for over 29 years. I also understand the likes and dislikes of kids ?. Please feel free to contact me. Amie Boluyt 1901-299-3689. Thank you. Have a great day ‼️‼️

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