Steve Palmer, general operations manager, The Best Dressed Chicken Processing Plant, presents children’s masks, COVID-19 protocol signs, sanitiser, educational materials and a step closure garbage bin to principal of the Ruby Madden Basic School, Sylvia Thyme.
Dayne Patterson, Hi-Pro business development manager, hands over 100 chicks to Cara Moore and her son, Kimani Webb. Moore is hoping to expand her fledgling chicken-rearing business to a capacity of 500 birds. (Photographer: Kenyon Hemans)
Nadisha Moore, principal of the High House Basic School and Sherrae Wong, retail manager at the Hi-Pro Ace Supercentre bump elbows as they pose in celebration of the school’s new 400 gallon water tank donated by Hi-Pro.
With the help of principals, teachers and community leaders, we have been able to identify students who are among those most in need. We are grateful to our partners at Cargill Ocean Transportation who have joined with us in meeting the needs of our community over the past year
Hi-Pro representatives presented the young farmer and his grandmother with 50 baby chicks and the feed to raise them.
The Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) is now in a better position to treat dogs afflicted with parvovirus since receiving a donation of 800 Recombitek C-6 vaccines from Hi-Pro.
Jamaica Broilers, producers of the Best Dressed Chicken, yesterday presented care packages to academic, administrative, and ancillary staff at the Hydel Group of Schools in Ferry, St Catherine.
Two farmers who were affected by the massive fire which occurred in Flagaman, St Elizabeth, in August are feeling hopeful for the future, after they received support from Jamaica Broilers through its Hi-Pro brand.
Running Events Jamaica Director Alfred “Frano” Francis signs the symbolic cheque of $250,000 to the Jamaica Association for the Deaf (JAD) during the handover ceremony of part proceeds raised from the Everyone’s A Winner/The Best Dressed Chicken 5K & 10K race event held earlier in the year. Looking on are (from left) Dianne Ellis, director, Running Events Jamaica; Lorraine Kemble, brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; and Kimberley Sherlock Marriott-Blake, executive director of the JAD.
Jamaica Broilers among companies supporting employees in taking healthy lifestyle seriously through its continued support of the Ministry of Health’s “Jamaica Moves Corporate Challenge”. Photographed here are Dr. the Honourable Christopher Tufton, Minister of Health and Jamaica Broilers Group team organiser, Mrs. Loren Lee.
Photo: Minister Carlene Davis leads the school in praise and worship on the Best Dressed Chicken 60 School Tour.