A Tradition of Service 

Corporate Headquarters OK Foods

Over the past 70 years, OK Foods has evolved from a producer of livestock and poultry feed to one of the world’s largest fully-integrated chicken producers, but our company’s core values of taking care of our people and producing only the highest quality products have remained constant. In November 2011, OK Foods was acquired by Industrias Bachoco out of Celaya, Mexico. Today, we employ more than 3,000 workers domestically in the U.S. dedicated to producing consistently high quality products our customers have come to expect from OK Foods.

OK Foods History Timeline

The company is founded by Collier Wenderoth, Sr. as a manufacturer of poultry and livestock feed in southern Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma.

The feed business expands to encompass sales throughout Louisiana and eastern Texas.

We begin to place chickens with contract growers and open our first poultry processing plant.

Continued success in the poultry processing industry allows us to open our first hatchery and build a new feed mill.

Our present owner, Collier Wenderoth Jr., is recognized as a pioneer in the development of further processed poultry

A milestone is reached as we become a fully integrated chicken producer. A second hatchery is opened late in the decade.

Our continued growth leads to the opening of a new processing plant, distribution center, feed mill, hatchery and state-of–the-art research and development center.

OK Foods is one of the world’s largest chicken producers employing more than 5,000 workers and serving customers throughout America and overseas.

Acquired by Industrias Bachoco on November 11, 2011. Industrias Bachoco is the leading poultry producer in Mexico with over 25,000 employees and $2B in annual sales. Combined, Industrias Bachoco and OK Foods is now the third largest chicken producer in North America.

February - Trent Goins named the new CEO of OK Foods