Halley Farm

At age 14, Texan Bo Halley began his career in chicken farming alongside his twin brother, Sam—they learned the ropes from their father. As growers for Pilgrim’s Pride, the Halleys raised six batches of chickens per year—192,000 birds per batch—for 30 years in 12 factory-style houses on their family farm in Cookville, Texas. But when faced with mounting financial and health troubles from chicken farming, Bo and Sam decided to give up raising birds for good.

Read about their transformation at The Transfarmation Project.