The arrival of your flock is the culmination of 16 weeks of care and attention at a Humphrey Feeds and Pullets rearing farm, during which time we work to optimise every factor that influences the quality of each pullet
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We will be hosting a free range evening at The Bell Country Inn, Llandrindod Wells, with short informative talks relating to free range flocks.
Earlier this month we exhibited at the 27th BFREPA Annual Conference and Trade Exhibition in the Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
In Part II of this article, we explain how we go to great lengths at Humphrey Pullets to ensure that the birds we deliver are socialized, stress-free and familiar with our customers’ laying shed conditions.
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In the first of two articles, we look at how attention to detail is the key to successful point of lay pullet rearing; from preparing the rearing house, and throughout the growing period, to loading and delivery of the birds.
The lack of price action recently has been so dull, that the grain trade are acting like door-to-door salesmen in their efforts to try to create a market. They say anything is possible in the USA... A microwaved egg has been the subject of an American lawsuit where a customer bit into an egg resulting in burns and hearing loss due to the massive ‘pop’.
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With the right level of support, pullet rearing can be a very profitable business and so if you are interested in becoming a pullet supplier, then please do get in touch!
The report covers 2016, which BPC said was a year of enormous progress for the British poultry meat industry
Attention to detail and having an in depth understanding of individual farm requirements are the vital components of rearing birds to a high standard.
A move away from broiler production to pullet rearing is paying off for one Somerset farming family. Poultry World reports from Jonathan Hebditch’s farm at Martock. Read how this family are now fully into Pullet production. Original article by Tony McDougal, Freelance Journalist, Poultry World