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Ingredient Merchandiser

Phone: (910) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Bladenboro, North Carolina, United States
Murphy-Brown LLC
2822 NC Hwy. 24 West P.O. Drawer 856
Warsaw, North Carolina 28398
United States

Company Description: Murphy-Brown LLC is the livestock production subsidiary of Smithfield Foods, Inc., the largest producer and processor of pork and pork products in the world with...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Masters of Business Administration
    Clemson University
  • bachelor's degree , Agronomy and Plant Pathology
    Clemson University
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Farming | CRAiLAR
www.crailar.com, 1 June 2014 [cached]
Steve's fellow panelists include Mike Garland, crop development director for AgStrong, and by David Hull, a grain buyer for North Carolina-based Murphy-Brown.
David Hull, ingredient ...
www.americanfarm.com, 21 May 2013 [cached]
David Hull, ingredient merchandiser for Murphy Brown, said the cost of feed has gone up enormously since 2007, primarily due to transportation costs. The company's investors were looking for ways to reduce their dependency on Midwestern sorghum and create a market for local farmers. "Sorghum has 95 percent of the nutritional value of corn and we pay 95 percent of the price of corn," Hull said.
WARSAW - David Hull has ...
bladenjournal.com [cached]
WARSAW - David Hull has joined Murphy-Brown LLC as a grain buyer for the pork producer's feed mill locations in Bladenboro and Laurinburg, North Carolina, and Nichols, South Carolina. Hull will focus on expanding the company's grain sorghum production contracting program in southeastern North Carolina.
WARSAW - David Hull has ...
www.bladenjournal.com, 26 Jan 2012 [cached]
WARSAW - David Hull has joined Murphy-Brown LLC as a grain buyer for the pork producer's feed mill locations in Bladenboro and Laurinburg, North Carolina, and Nichols, South Carolina. Hull will focus on expanding the company's grain sorghum production contracting program in southeastern North Carolina.
After a successful pilot program in 2011, Murphy-Brown is looking to significantly expand grain sorghum contracting in 2012 in order to increase the amount of grain it purchases locally. Growers interested in 2012 sorghum production should visit the company's new web site http://www.mbgrain.com or contact Hull at 910-610-5119 or davidhull@murphybrownllc.com.
Hull brings a diverse background in grain purchasing, commodities trading, logistics and agricultural lending to his new role. He was responsible for grain purchasing, testing and logistics at the Perdue BioEnergy ethanol plant in Raeford, North Carolina, and also worked as an agricultural commodity trader at Scoular Grain in Charleston, South Carolina. Hull developed and managed lending relationships for agriculture production, farm and timber real estate, equipment, and facilities as vice president at Farm Credit Service and at Wachovia Bank in South Carolina, as well as worked as a commercial lender at banks in North Carolina and Georgia.
Hull earned a bachelor's degree in Agronomy and Plant Pathology and a Masters of Business Administration from Clemson University. He is a native of South Carolina and currently resides in Jackson Springs, North Carolina.
The company, which is owned by ...
www.dailypress.com, 26 Oct 2012 [cached]
The company, which is owned by Smithfield Foods and has a facility in Waverly, is buying more locally-produced grains to supplement its traditional corn diets for pigs, said David Hull, an ingredient merchandiser for Murphy-Brown.
The company will grind into feed all of the sorghum taken to Waverly that will be distributed to its contracted hog farmers in the area, Hull said.
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Murphy-Brown pays 95 percent of harvest cash price of corn for sorghum, said Hull. Last year, the company bought more than 1.5 million bushels of the grain from North Carolina farmers, he said. He expects to top 2 million bushels in North Carolina this year and in Virginia, an estimated 100,000 bushels.
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Sorghum is not intended to replace corn, Hull said. Murphy-Brown began looking for alternatives to shipping in corn from the Midwest in 2008, after the commodity hit record levels for that time.
"This is a permanent program for us. If a local farmer has sorghum, we will buy it," Hull said.
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