A bankruptcy inspector for a former Waterloo, Ontario business is petitioning the business’ former owner into personal bankruptcy.
When a Myerstown,Pennsylvania squab producer began hearing about a Waterloo, Ontario pigeon breeding business, he decided to contact the owner.
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Remax real estate agent Scott Miller confirmed today (Monday) that Arlan Galbraith, architect of a failed North American pigeon breeding scheme, has accepted a deal to sell his house in a tony Waterloo neighbourhoo
More than two weeks after issuing a statement saying he had retained a bankruptcy trustee, Pigeon King International (PKI) Inc.’s founder, owner and sole shareholder, Arlan Galbraith, voluntarily signed the company into bankruptcy.
Former PKI Ontario sales consultant Ken Wagler stands by assertions made in an earlier interview with Better Farming that the chicken industry is trying to thwart efforts by former PKI growers to find a use for their pigeons. He won’t name names however and chicken producers reject his claims.
Most growers still haven’t decided what to do since founder Arlan Galbraith walked away from Pigeon King International two weeks ago. Some however have already hired two Ontario companies that have stepped in to help the farming community deal humanely and efficiently with hundreds of thousands of unwanted pigeons left behind
The day after Pigeon King Arlan Galbraith pulled the plug on his business, telling investors that he had been forced to sell his house to pay Goods & Services Tax arrears, his Waterloo home was listed for sale by a local realtor.
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