Dahline Poultry: Starting Small, Dreaming Big

A Young Entrepreneur’s Journey in Business

Dahline Poultry: Starting Small, Dreaming Big
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 4 minutes By Cappy Tosetti Most teenagers turning 16 look forward to getting their driver’s license and owning a car. Hunter Dahline of Willmar, Minnesota has other plans; he has his eye on constructing a new building to expand his poultry business.    “Having everything under one roof will be more efficient and cost-effective,” explains the young entrepreneur. “I won’t have to run back and forth between the little sheds and chicken coops that house my hatchlings, incubators, paperwork, and supplies. I’ve been saving money and drawing different floorplans in hopes of starting construction in two years. I can’t wait to hammer the first nail!”  Hunter is an exceptional ninth-grader who operates Dahline Poultry where he raises, sells, and ships egg-laying and meat chicks, turkey poults, guineafowl, ducks, geese, and pheasants. He started his business four years ago selling farm-fresh eggs in the community.    At first, we

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