"We are happy with the news of Jamie's safe return," said Jim Sny, president and chief executive of Minnesota-based Hormel Foods.
"Her courage and strength really inspired our team members all over the world."
Hormel Foods is the parent company of Jennie-O Turkey Store, which has used the parents of Jayme, James and Denise Closs.
The company says the cages were longtime employees at Jennie-O at Barron.
The company has provided resources for search and rescue efforts, including $ 25,000 for a prize. Now that Jam is safe, Hormel said he was working with law enforcement to donate his share of the prize.
"While we still mourn about the loss of long-time family members Jim and Dennis, we are so grateful for Jamie's daring escape and that she has returned to Barron," said Steve Licken, president of Jenny-O Turkey. ] "Our hope is that the Trust Fund can be used for Jamie's needs today and in the future."
CNN's Marlene Baldachci contributed to this story