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Finally Green

On June 11, 2011 in General by spope

If you have the time and the interest go back on my blog to December 4, 2010 and to February 15, 2011 and look at the change in the view. Read More »

Middle of the Chick Season

On June 5, 2011 in General by spope

We have reached the halfway point of hatching chicks – sales are good and after declining chick sales for the past two years, it’s good to see our sales are going to be up from last year. Read More »

Our February 28th Pheasants

On May 26, 2011 in General by spope

Brian Klein and his crew have already moved out 25,000+ pheasants to flight pens. Brian took the attached pic of one of our first hatch pheasants. Read More »

Full Moon Pics

On May 18, 2011 in Employees by spope

Our days start really early here. It’s not unusual for our brooder manager, Troy Cisewski to start work at 2 am. Read More »

Biosecurity Upgrades

On May 13, 2011 in General by spope

A few years ago during the “avian influenza” scare, biosecurity was a big topic. Two years ago Ben Lawton, our hatchery manager put together a biosecurity manifesto of sorts that addressed all sorts of areas on our farm where we could make improvements in our biosecurity. Read More »

Feed Vacuum Machine

On May 5, 2011 in General by spope

Every year our pen crew tries their best to time the last deliveries of feed so that when all the mature birds are shipped the feeders are empty. Read More »

Our crew has been waiting for warmer weather (and for the rain to stop) to move out our first birds of the year. Read More »

The Last Bird

On April 28, 2011 in Employees by spope

Our mature bird shipping season finally has come to an end. Read More »

Our breeder flocks are at full production and we have 10,000+ seven week old pheasants ready to go into pens and it snowed. Read More »

Big Saturday For Our Pen Crew

On April 13, 2011 in General by spope

Last week our pen manager, Brian Klein was lamenting to me about the amount of work he saw on the nearby horizon for his crew. Read More »