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KS: Christensen Farms CEO dies on hunting trip

November 5, 2012

MeatPoultry.com

SLEEPY EYE, Minn. – Robert A. Christensen, chief executive officer of Christensen Farms, died from an apparent heart attack Nov. 3 in Kansas while hunting with family and friends. He was 51.
 
Christensen Farms began in 1974 as a small family operation. Currently it is one of the largest pork producers in the United States with facilities in six states and more than 900 employees, according to the company.

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