If you’ve spent enough time around baby chicks, you know it can be tough to tell one breed from each other sometimes. But, after over four decades, Curt can tell each chick’s breed just by looking at it.
How many years have you worked at McMurray Hatchery? This is my 41st year working at McMurray Hatchery.
What position(s) have you held at the company? Everything to Hatchery Manager.
Have other family members worked at McMurray Hatchery? Yes. My wife and three kids have worked here.
Do you raise chickens or other poultry? If so for how long, and how many? I used to have White Rocks and Columbian Wyandottes as a hatching flock. Before I moved into town I always had several miscellaneous breeds running around.
What is your favorite thing about working at McMurray Hatchery? The people. And, it’s always busy — no time for boredom!
If you had one tip for new poultry owners what would it be? Use common sense. Let the birds dictate what they need.
Have you received a shipment of chicks packed by Curt? Check your shipping label to see which of our team members carefully hand-packed your order!