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We are in the business to help small farmers

We are in the business to help small farmers

These past few months haven't been so easy. Many have to close their farms while others turn to other businesses that required small operating capital. Others have to eventually shut down due to prolonged closure orders that affected the supply chain of farm implements, especially feeds and veterinary products. To help address the issue, we secured both the local government approval for our stores and warehouses in Michigan to continue operating albeit at skeletal force. We were able to ship much needed products on time thus ensuring our customers' business continuity amidst the pandemic without disruption to their yield and...

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The Art of Pointing Fowl

The Art of Pointing Fowl

The ability to point-out a show of gamefowl is not, in itself an art, rather it is simply a matter of knowing what pointing is all about and using that knowledge to help overcome the problems that are most commonly associated with the pointing procedures.

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Gamefowl Supplies 2020: Why Philippines?

Gamefowl Supplies 2020: Why Philippines?

From pelletized feeds to supplements and treatments, one can easily conclude that the Philippines indeed is the golden standard for gamefowl supplies. The product packaging alone is a perfect indicator of superior quality.

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History of the Miner Blues

History of the Miner Blues

Several months ago you asked me to write the history of my Miner Blues. I appreciated being favored with this request and promised you that I would write the same, however, when yours of July 5th came asking if I had the history written, I had failed to have a single line.

I consider myself very poor at writing anything and writing the history of my own fowl makes it all the more difficult for me, but I shall keep my promise and do the best I can. I will try and not say too much for my fowl and if I do, just remember how much each real lover of the gamecock thinks of his own strain.

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The Kelso Fowl

The Kelso Fowl

I have before me at this time letters from W. A. Kelso, Col. John Madigin, J.M. (Milo) Frost Jr., a letter from Gilbert Courtois, who fed the Kelso cocks for 25 years and many letter from my good friend John J. Liberto, Galveston, Texas, who made hundreds of single matings for Mr. Kelso; also helped him with brooders and incubators for 32 years. In writing this data on the Kelso fowl I am not drawing upon hearsay and my imagination for facts, but rather upon my long association with these great cockers and breeders. Mr. Kelso was not the kind...

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