The Maschhoffs, North America’s largest family-owned pork production company, recently announced it has acquired two Indiana sow farms from affiliates of JBS United, Inc.

“We are excited about this strategic transaction, which materialized due to our long-standing relationship and partnership with JBS United, Inc. We look forward to integrating these farms and their employees into our operations,” said Jason Logsdon, Chief Executive Officer for The Maschhoffs.

According to a news release, the transition includes two farms, located in Morristown and Crawfordsville, Ind., which are capable of housing up to 7,500 sows. Read the full release here.

The terms of the deal were not disclosed.  

Last year, the Illinois-based company added chicken to its portfolio after acquiring GNP Company. Click here for more.