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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 »

It’s been six months since the big storm. Our pens are being repaired, and the trauma and stress of the pens falling down seems far away. Read More »

The taller weeds are ragweed (bad), underneath lambsquarter is growing! Read More »

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 »

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