Category Archives: Eggs and Poultry

Follow Up on Dairyman’s Feed

It was during an interview with a former Dairyman’s Feed manager that I “learned” that the mill at 323 East Washington had sat vacant between 1964 and 1982. Thanks to Ralph Woodson, a contributor to the Facebook group: You Knew You … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Architecture, Dairy, Eggs and Poultry, Petaluma, Photos | Leave a comment

Mortensen Hatchery – Two Hatcheries for the Price of One

The other night I gave a talk on how Petaluma’s agricultural heritage is reflected in its architecture. While discussing hatcheries several audience members were reminded of the Mortensen Hatchery which they thought was on Baker Street, but weren’t quite sure. Jan Rodd, who brought … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, Architecture, Eggs and Poultry, Historic Buildings, Petaluma, Photos | 2 Comments