Apr 3, 2020
Herbruck’s Poultry Farm in Michigan donates masks during pandemic

Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch Inc. of Saranac, Michigan, is donating masks during the coronavirus pandemic.

The company made the following posting on its Facebook page.

“Our front-line medical workers are putting their lives on the line for the rest of us right now. We’re just grateful we can pitch in and help keep them safe by donating 10,500 N95 masks.#COVID19 #DoingMIPart

Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch is distributing 10,500 N95 masks. Photos: Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch

We will be delivering the N95 mask donation to the Region 6 Healthcare Coalition distribution center in Grand Rapids today. They are handling distribution to area healthcare providers in the following Michigan counties:
• Mason (Ludington)
• Lake (Baldwin)
• Osceola (Reed City)
• Clare
• Oceana (Hart)
• Newaygo
• Mecosta (Big Rapids)
• Isabella (Mt. Pleasant)
• Muskegon
• Montcalm
• Ottawa
• Kent
• Ionia

If you see a Herbruck’s truck this afternoon heading to Grand Rapids it’s either bringing nature’s perfect food to your local store or Tony delivering a life-saving load of N-95 masks!

A big thank you to the entire Herbruck’s team for making this possible!”

Herbruck’s markets regular or heat-treated pelletized poultry fertilizer to the agriculture industry.

It is an organic, nutrient-rich product. It is processed onsite from hen litter using a proprietary process of dehydration and pelletization. Pelletized poultry fertilizer is in high demand by grain producers and other growers as this innovative process is beneficial for the environment and is a source of crop nutrients that will increase profits when used properly.


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