It was a tough call, but the Mill Valley Farms chicken farm was able to get through another tough year.
Mill Valley Farms said it’s going to have to sell about 10,000 chickens this winter.
It’s been the worst year in its history.
It has closed a couple of other facilities.
Mill, in the heart of the Silicon Valley city of Cupertino, is located on the outskirts of San Jose, Calif.
It was the only farm left in the valley, but it’s been in the spotlight for years because of a mysterious outbreak of coronavirus.
The company said it had to close its farm to try to stop the spread of the disease, and it had no vaccine available.
The outbreak forced the company to shut down its operations, and about 200,000 people in the Bay Area and California were told to take precautions to avoid contracting the virus.
Mill said it sold the remaining stock it owned in the farm last week, but they’re still trying to find a buyer.
Mill was also the only company that’s closed its facilities, according to the Farm Service Agency.
The Farm Service said it was looking to buy the remaining chickens.