One Saturday morning in 1937, a young Lancaster County couple packed 17 freshly dressed chickens into the trunk of their car and set off to sell them in a market near Philadelphia. The chickens sold well, the couple decided to return to the market the next week, and a family business was born.
The Story of Victor F. Weaver is the story of the American Dream— starting with little formal education, the Weavers and their close team of workers built one of the most successful poultry businesses in the world in New Holland, Pennsylvania.
- Author: Allan W. Shirk
- Paperback, 9 x 6 inches
- 144 pages
- Published by the New Holland Area Historical Society