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This truck and trailer left at noon today – bound for Colorado. Read More »

This past week, Dori, Micah and I traveled to Kansas. I spoke on Friday 8/13 about managing a gamebird farm to the attendee’s at the Kansas Sport Hunting Association annual convention. Read More »

Last year we were already actively delivering adult pheasants by today’s date. This year, with the temperatures near 90 degrees, our early season customers are holding off taking their first delivery for a week or two. Read More »

We have three more hatches (8/4,8/11 and 8/18)and our regular pheasant and partridge hatching season will be over. Read More »

On Farm Transportation

On July 27, 2010 in General by spope

Over the years we have used many different modes of transportation around the farm. Read More »

It’s Hot!

On July 14, 2010 in General by spope

The temperature has reached nearly 90 degrees – which for us is hot! Surprisingly it hasn’t rained here for nearly 3 weeks, so after a much wetter than normal May and June – it is really dry. Read More »

Every year there are lots of twists and turns in the market for day old pheasant chicks. Historically we can readily sell our chick production for hatch dates up through June 1st. Read More »

One Million and Counting!

On June 30, 2010 in General by spope

We’ve passed the one million mark in pheasant chicks produced this season. On June 22nd the one millionth chick was hatched and shipped! We still are collecting eggs and it is very busy. Read More »

Our pen manager, Brian Klein, needs to be the best weather forecaster on our farm. Every week from April thru early October – Brian has a group of pheasants to move out from our brooder barns into the pens. Read More »

The New Nets Are Going Up

On June 17, 2010 in General by spope

Because of the damage from the December 9th snowstorm, we are replacing over 30 acres of netting this summer. The new nets have been arriving and they are being installed about as quickly as they get here. Read More »

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