Chip Miller oversees Tyson Foods’ chicken production practices and is involved with the planning and coordination of veterinary services, nutrition, feed formulation and feed mill support. He also oversees breeder flock and hatchery support functions to ensure proper adherence to established programs.
Chip began his career in 1976 working part time for Holly Farms, a company Tyson Foods acquired in 1989. In 1983 Chip began as a full-time employee in Crewe, Virginia, working in the breeder department. For the next 16 years he held various jobs including live production manager, plant manager and complex manager. In 1999 he was promoted to vice president of the tray pack division. He held this job until 2009 when he was promoted to his current role. Chip has served as the chairman of the Poultry Improvement Committee of The Poultry Federation, and as the chairman of the National Chicken Council’s Growout Committee.
Chip holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Wingate University.
Chip lives in Springdale, Arkansas with his wife Paula. In his spare time, he enjoys working in his yard and gardening. He also enjoys spending as much time as possible on the New River in North Carolina, doing anything in or around the river.