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Hy-Line Celebrates New Pedigree Hatchery

by 5m Editor
29 September 2011, at 10:22am

IOWA, US - Hy-Line International recently celebrated a groundbreaking of the Perry Pedigree Hatchery being built in Perry, Iowa, USA.

The new facility will be used to produce pedigree and grandparent stock used in Hy-Line’s advanced genetic development program. According to Dr Doug Grieve, President, "We are dedicating this independent hatchery for our pedigree and higher level generations to ensure the strictest biosecurity standards of the industry are met. This investment will advance Hy-Line International’s commitment for delivering the highest quality breeding stock to our customers."

Perry Mayor Jay Pattee and Rich Jones of Perry Industries also spoke of the impressive cooperation between the city of Perry, Dallas County, State of Iowa and utility development officials in developing the plans for the project which is slated to be completed by February, 2012.

Dr Antonio Paraguassu, Hy-Line International Global Director of Production, added, "This project is an important part of our on-going quality improvement programme to ensure a continuous supply of chicks for our Research and Development Department, as well as supplying our grandparent stock to our breeder multiplier locations around the world."

The Perry Pedigree Hatchery is being built by Henning Construction Company who have cooperated with Hy-Line International in expansion projects around the world. State-of-the-art technology from Jamesway Incubator Company and Hatchery Planning Company will be installed.


(L-R) Bill Boorn, Perry Industries/Perry Economic Development, Bruce Keehn, Project Supervisor, Henning Construction Co., Rich Jones, Perry Industries/Perry Economic Development, Tom Jorgensen, General Counsel/Director HR, Hy-Line International, Dr Antonio Paraguassu, Director of Global Production, Hy-Line International, Jay Pattee, Mayor of Perry, Dr Doug Grieve, President, Hy-Line International, Linda Schaut, Executive Director - Dallas County Economic Development Alliance, Joni Campidilli, President Perry Industries, Bill Clark, Perry Industries/Perry Economic Development, Butch Niebuhr, Perry City Administrator