Dragon-Eaten Chicken Breaks $2 Million Dollar Sales Record in the US article Chicken breeder and entrepreneur Dan Kesser says he is “devastated” about the results of his first season of his company’s Dragon-eating Chicken Breeder.
The product he hopes to sell is a hybrid that he says is a “genuine” chicken that he believes will be sold by the hundreds.
He says he’s hoping to raise $500,000 for the company and has raised $1.2 million in seed funding so far.
Kesser started Dragon-eating in 2007 and now sells chicken for $1,000 a pound.
It’s not the first time he’s made a splash with the product.
Last year, he and his business partner, Andrew Smith, sold more than 2,000 chickens in the first two days of sales.
Last year, the company had to pay more than $500 in fines for a variety of violations.
“This is not a gimmick, it’s the truth,” said Smith, a chicken breeder in Arizona.
“It’s the chicken that you bought, the food that you ate, the water that you drank, and the environment that you lived in.
It was the truth.”
Chicken breeder Dan KESSER says he has no regrets about starting Dragon-eatening Chicken Breeding last year, which sold over 2,200 chickens in its first two hours.
The chicken is a mixture of both white and yellow egg white, Kessers chickens say, adding that they don’t have the technology to grow the egg white in the same way that traditional breeding techniques do.
“I’m not going to make money from this,” he said.
“We are the ones who have to take responsibility for the chickens that we are raising.”
In 2016, KESSERS company, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, won the American Kennel Club’s coveted “Best Dog” award for its hybrid breeding program.
In 2017, KESSEERS chicken breeding operation reached a new record of more than 100,000 animals and produced more than a million chickens for distribution.
He estimates that this year he will have about 6,000 to 8,000 of his chickens for sale.
In the past year, Kesseser has received a lot of positive press from the media.
In May 2017, the New York Times reported that he had raised more than one million dollars for the Dragon-Eatening Chicken Breeders Fund.
And last week, he made news when he appeared on the cover of The New York Post with a chicken with the headline “Dragon-eating chicken breeds record” and the headline, “Dan Kessert’s chicken breeder raises record number of chickens for a record price.”