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Even More Snow On The Way

On February 16, 2013 in General by spope

We are on a record pace for the number of times our pen crew staff have taken down and then put back up the pens in one season. Read More »


A New Year

On January 2, 2010 in General by spope

We’ve been through the heavy wet snow, and we’ve seen the ice – now its bitter cold. The temperature here right now (10 am Saturday morning) is 0 degrees. Read More »


It’s Snowing!

On December 3, 2009 in General by spope

It’s snowing. We have been watering 100,000+ pheasants this week – what a job. It’s supposed to snow 3” – 5” tonight. Read More »


Dodged a Bullet

On November 27, 2009 in General by spope

Late Wednesday night (or early Thanksgiving morning) we had a minor snowstorm – by daylight all the snow was gone. But the 1” – 2” of heavy wet snow that did fall was enough to collapse a number of pens on our farm. Read More »


Let Them Eat Snow

On November 20, 2009 in General by spope

Above is a pic of one of our 500 gallon water wagons. November has been very kind to us – weather wise. We have over 100,000 pheasants on the farm – outside in the pens. Once we reach late October and then November, our water system usually freezes. 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 »