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I Spoke Too Soon

On May 31, 2010 in General by spope

I copied this narrative directly from Brian Klein’s Facebook Page: Read More »


Problem Solved

On May 28, 2010 in General by spope

Two of our managers, Brian Klein and Brian Check laid in wait last night. Just after midnite our predator arrived. Needless to say (considering the picture) the two Brian’s put an end to our week of carnage. Read More »


The Final Night

On May 27, 2010 in General by spope

The manager whose office is right next to mine is Brian Klein, the pen manager. He is responsible for all the pheasants from the age of 7 weeks until they are mature and either shipped or become breeders. Brian has over 100 acres of covered pens to manage. Read More »


Overall, the farm is running well. As anyone can imagine, there are issues – issues with chick shipments, with employees, and a myriad of other things. Read More »


It’s Sunday afternoon and I’m thinking about the upcoming week. We want to get a better handle on the number of adult birds we have sold for this fall. Read More »


I Am So Proud!!

On May 11, 2010 in General by spope

My wife Dori received the Janesville PTA Teacher of the Year award last week. Read More »


We had 50 Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd graders tour our hatchery and farm yesterday. It was fun. I rode the bus as the kids were shuttled to the different locations. The children asked lot’s of great questions. Schedule a tour for your event. Read More »


Starting Our New Season

On April 30, 2010 in General by spope

Our pen crew moved out 1000 of the first hatch birds this week. The chicks were hatched on March 2nd, which makes them just over eight weeks old already. Read More »


We are blessed that we have a number of customers in Europe who value our pheasant genetics and purchase our pheasant hatching eggs. Read More »


Above is a picture of our Tye drill – we use this to plant our cover crop in our pheasant and partridge pens. Read More »


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