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History

1910

1912

  • Began operations for genetic and breed improvement of domestic chicken.

1914

  • Began artificial incubation using electric heating.

1920

1929

  • Consolidated farms to combat farming recession. Created a cooperative feed mill and GP center and began joint management of the Sanno Animal Husbandry Association. Received public recognition from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.

1930

1931

  • Set a world production record of 317 eggs, which the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry recognized.

1932

  • Set a new Japan record of 321 eggs, which the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry awarded.

1934

  • Dispatched genetics engineers to America and England, and imported selected layer breeds.

1940

1947

  • Visit by Prince Takamatsu.

1948

  • Set a post-war record of 300 eggs with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry at the breeding farm in Okazaki. Received an award from the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry.

1950

1958

  • Set a world record with the production of 365 large eggs at the Toyama breeding farm.

1959

  • Set a world record for the second consecutive year with the production of 365 eggs at the Toyama breeding farm. Received an award for achievements in Japanese poultry farming and breeding.

1960

1962

  • Exported select breeds of chicks to Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and Sri Lanka.

1963

  • Entered a special hatchery operation contract with Hy-line Corporation in America, the largest layer breeder in the world at the time, and started producing and marketing Highline chicks.
    Also built a plant in Konosu, Saitama.

1965

  • Developed an egg production farm using the Tree Egg System (all-in, all-out system).

1966

  • Expanded the layer division and began replacement pullet operations in addition to breeder farms.

1967

  • and established a hatchery operation at the Konosu plant.

1968

  • Established ISE Foods Inc. with headquarters in Konosu, Saitama Prefecture.
    Completed and began operations at the GP Center Plant in Nakaniida, Miyagi Prefecture.

1970

1972

  • Completed ISE Foods Inc. headquarters building. Completed and began operations at the Yachiyo GP Center Plant.

1975

  • Completed and began operations at the GP Center Plants in Yokohama, Osaka, and Ryugasaki.

1977

  • Completed and began operations at the Shikama Farm with the latest equipment, which was the largest layer farm in Asia.
    Completed Konosu in-house Laboratory (chicken diseases and food inspection facility)
    Completed and began operations at the Tama GP Center Plant.

1978

  • Began operations of the food processing and manufacturing in Nanao, Osaka and Ryugasaki.

1980

1980

  • Constructed and began operations at frozen food plant in Furudono, Fukushima Prefecture.
    Established ISE America, Inc. in New Jersey, USA. When on to become No. 2 in sales volume.

1981

  • Opened Tokyo office in Kanda Nishiki-cho, Tokyo. Started hog operations with 1,000 sows in Tokuda, Iwate Prefecture.
    Established our hog shipping system with annual capacity of 30,000 hogs, including another hog raising farm in Ibaraki Prefecture.


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