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Photo Contest Wrap-Up

This year’s photo contest, which we began in July, and which ended at midnight Central Time on August 31, was our first. We learned a lot, and really enjoyed seeing all of your funny and sweet photos. If you submitted a photo, or voted in the contest, thanks for your participation!   As the first, the...

Tyler Danke: President, CEO and Head Honcho at Purely Poultry

Poultry has been part of Tyler Danke’s life from the beginning. Tyler was raised on a beef and cash grain farm, and found early that he has a natural affinity for poultry. Following his interests and inclinations, he took every available opportunity to learn more about domestic birds, and later, about...

The Learning Never Stops

Regardless of your industry, continuing to learn is one of the keys to success. Tyler is pursuing more business knowledge through a program called E-Seed, which is offered through The Venture Center at Fox Valley Technical College. While the program is designed for people just contemplating starting a...

You’re Writing What? About CHICKENS?

Today’s post is a guest post from our writer-in-residence, Dava Stewart, of Smiling Tree Writing. Dava has been helping to re-work the site content on purelypoultry.com, and talks today about how she feels about writing about poultry. “Yep,” I tell people, “one of my favorite clients sells...

Where the Chicks Are Hatched

I have always been fascinated with poultry, and feel blessed to own a business that allows me to pursue knowledge about a subject I find fascinating. Running Purely Poultry keeps me in touch with breeders, officials of poultry organizations and, most importantly people who raise poultry in backyard...

From Placing an Order to Pick Up at the Post Office

“They arrive by mail?! Is that safe?” If you have never ordered chicks online before, you probably have lots of questions about how the process works, from placing your order to picking up your chicks at your local post office. While it may seem crazy for live, baby animals to be shipped via USPS, it is...

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