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Harvest Moon

On November 2, 2009 in General by spope

Last night there was the most awesome full moon. The air was crisp, and there was virtually no wind. We moved out the very last of the last hatch yesterday, and though it was cold – the lack of wind meant the birds were not going to get stressed. Read More »

Rain, Rain, Rain (go away!!!)

On October 26, 2009 in Archive by spope

I just stepped outside my office and took this dreary pic. Read More »

We have a 4 person crew busy daily now working on setting up our breeder flocks for the 2010 season. We are planning on keeping over 30,000 pheasant layer hens and the selection process for such a flock takes months. Read More »

I developed the notion that however the South Dakota pheasant season goes has a large impact on the U.S. pen raised pheasant market. Over the past few years, whenever (for whatever reason) there is an increased demand for pen raised birds from South Dakota – that demand draws birds from all the surrounding and even 2nd tier states. Read More »

Our Food Product business is going better than expected. We just were awarded a contract with a large cruise line – thousands and thousands of pounds of product were ordered. Read More »

It’s been rainy here all week, but the birds are still going out strong. We are shipping 5 full goosenecks of pheasants this week! I just spoke to 2 pheasant producer friends of mine that are both located in South Dakota. Read More »

Getting on the “Bus”

On September 29, 2009 in General by spope

We are shipping a lot of birds, but we still have frustrations. We have had a couple of orders of mature pheasants get delivered, and the terms were COD, and the customer tells our driver they don’t have a check – and what are our drivers to do. Read More »

Crossing the Border

On September 26, 2009 in General by spope

It was a good week for our pheasant farm. We shipped a lot of pheasants, more than we anticipated going out this week. There were a few bumps in the road. Read More »