Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Storm That Didn’t Make It Here

  Yesterday the sky turned black and rain seemed imminent. We looked online for the radar images and we found a storm heading right towards our farm. We haven’t had a significant rainfall in about six weeks, so we were praying for rain. Then the sky started churning and I saw clouds like I’ve never […]

Our Visit to a Chinese Pheasant Farm

Our March seminar was attended by two representatives from the Shanghai Hongyan Pheasant Farm. One of the two attendees, Miss Yuan then invited us to visit their farm in China. This past week my wife Dori and I flew to Shanghai and spent several days visiting Miss Yuan’s farm. Dori and I were also then […]


We have roads to our pens and around our pens. We wish we didn’t have to have roads on our farm, but we need to be able to get the birds to the pens, and we have to feed the birds and our delivery trucks need to get to the pens to haul the birds […]