Category Archives: Contests
Congratulations to our top six winners of this year’s Summer Photo Contest Winners!
Announcing the Murray McMurray Hatchery 2013 Summer photo contest!http://www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/p/summer2013Upload your photos until July 27th!
We just concluded a very fun and entertaining video contest entitled “How Do You Chicken?”. I’m happy to announce the three top video winners! Thank you to everyone who submitted videos. If you would like to see all the finalists, … Continue reading
What an amazing photo contest showcasing some adorable and downright heartwarming photos during this past Easter season. Thank you to everyone who participated by submitting photos and/or rating the photos to determine our winners. Without further delay, here are the … Continue reading
Congratulations to our winners of the Fall in Love with Chickens Photo Contest Winners! These are awesome photos – thank you to everyone for participating! … Continue reading
Announcing the Fall in love with Chickens and other Fowl Photo Contest! We want to see your favorite feathered friend basking in the Fall season! Upload your photos here: http://www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/p/fallinlove2012 Six winners will be rated, by you, for a chance to … Continue reading
Congratulations to our winners of the Summer Fun photo contest! 4th Place Winner 5th Place Winner
This has been a very busy year to say the least for Murray McMurray Hatchery. We sincerely appreciate all of you for choosing us as your chicken and fowl resource! Photo Contest Announced! We had such a fun time with … Continue reading
My Girl Photo Contest Announced! http://www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/p/mygirl2012 Send in your best/favorite photo of your hen chicken for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate and other great prizes! We want to see our prized girl and give away some great … Continue reading
First Place Rhonda Silva won first place with this photo of her duck ramp. As first place winner, Rhonda won a $100 gift certificate. Here is Rhonda’s description of the ramp: Our Rouens needed a larger pool as they grew, … Continue reading