Circle M Farms Feed & Supply Eyes Jackson County, Ohio, Processing Plant
“Circle M Meats would like our loyal customers to know they will be able to buy fresh and frozen meat here in Jackson County,” said owner Tami Mercer. “We will be taking appointments for summer processing for pork and beef! I would also like to thank OhioSE, JobsOhio and Jackson County Economic Development for their assistance in making this project a reality.”
According to Ohio Southeast Economic Development, a JobsOhio Inclusion Grant will be used toward the purchase of new machinery and equipment and construction costs for the new facility.
“This project is a great example of a growing company making a critical investment to expand into a new business segment,” said OhioSE President Mike Jacoby. “There is a strong and growing food processing cluster in Jackson County and we are thankful to play a part in this company’s growth.”
The JobsOhio Inclusion Grant is open to businesses located within distressed areas in Ohio or businesses with majority owners who are veterans, disabled or and underrepresented race or gender. Applicants must be within the following targeted areas: advanced manufacturing, aerospace/aviation, automotive, energy/chemicals, financial services, healthcare, agribusiness, logistics/distribution and technology.
“This project announcement is paying multiple dividends to our community,” said Sam Brady, Executive Director of the Jackson County Economic Development Partnership. Brady added, “We are thrilled to see Circle M expanding, adding services and creating jobs. Circle M’s new processing facility not only enhances Jackson County’s strong food cluster value proposition, but does so through local ownership and development makes it all the more rewarding. Thank you, JobsOhio and OhioSE for your commitment to growing companies like Circle M Feed and Supply.”
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