The Fuller Hall Recreation Center and Murray McMurray Hatchery are happy to announce a meet and greet with four-time Olympic Triathlete and seven-time U.S. Elite National Champion, Hunter Kemper. All are welcome to meet Hunter on Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Fuller Hall Recreation Center, located at 625 Bank Street in Webster City.
Hunter and his family recently received newly hatched chicks from Murray McMurray Hatchery in Webster City. The Kemper family will start enjoying fresh eggs from their own chickens within approximately 16 weeks. As Hunter continues to train and monitor his nutrition, the value of a nutritious fresh egg will fit well into his diet. "The egg is the standard when it comes to a natural form of protein," says Hunter.
Murray McMurray Hatchery will be showcasing Hunter's adventure with his new chicks throughout the year at mcmurrayhatchery.com/hunterkemper. The Kemper family will be posting pictures, videos and blogs about their experiences as they learn how to care for the chicks. Fans of Hunter Kemper and chicken lovers alike will be able to ask questions of Hunter and offer him advice on caring for the chickens.
With his five new breeds of chickens, Hunter Kemper will be aiming for his record breaking fifth U.S. Olympic team at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Murray McMurray Hatchery has been providing family memories with newly hatched chickens, turkeys, geese, ducks and other fowl since 1917. The company offers more than 100 breeds of chickens and other fowl and serves customers throughout the entire United States. More information about Murray McMurray Hatchery can be found at mcurrayhatchery.com. More information on Hunter can be found at hunterkemper.com.