Founder Minoru Hosoya, he succeeded in developing a prototype of an automatic feeder for poultry farming.
Received the Science and Technology Agency Director-General’s Award for his research efforts on automatic feeding machines.
Succeeded in developing a windowless barn with a positive pressure longitudinal ventilation system and started selling it.
Hosoya Poultry Research Institute Co. (capital stock 2 million yen, 55,500 m2) was established in Ogasa-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture, to conduct breeding tests and economic research with 100,000 egg-laying hens.
Developed a growing device with a container cage system.
New breeding equipment with a reverse cage system using a computerized, automatic dosage feeding system was announced and launched.
A poultry house with a compartmentalized weight measuring system was added to Hosoya Poultry Research Institute Co.
Affiliated with Hellmann in Germany and started to deal in upright breeding and chicken cage systems with a fecal dry-belt system.
Awarded the First Technology Award for the development of ultra energy-saving broiler flat-breeding shed by the Japan Poultry Science Society.
Completed 4 rooms in a two-story broiler house. Completed GP expansion work. Introduction of light-based egg packers.
Completed poultry house with 6-tires and named it A-line Mark II.
Respond to S.E. with hygiene measures to remove odors from poultry houses and poultry manure processing houses.
Nominated as a joint researcher of MAFF zoonosis.
Yasushi Hosoya took office as Representative Director.
Completed a 10-tires windowless chicken coop with upright cages made by Hellmann at Kikugawa Farm.
Affiliated with Janssen of the Netherlands and started to sell broiler breeding equipment.
Established HOSOYA-SEISAKUJO Ltd. to manufacture and sell automatic feeding machines, and also engaged in poultry farming to promote research.
Moved the poultry farming division to Yozou Yamashita (13,000㎡) in Ayase City and established Hosoya Chicken Farming Co. Production and sales of flat-deck style poultry farming equipment was started.
Developed a windowless breeding house and started to manufacture and sell it.
HOSOYA-SEISAKUJO Ltd. merged with Hosoya Chicken Farm Ltd. to become the Poultry Management Research Institute to carry out more substantial testing and research.
Selected as one of 21 venture businesses in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Succeeded in computerizing the automatic feeding system. Sales started.
Expansion and renovation of Hosoya Poultry Research Institute was completed, increasing the total number of birds raised to 180,000 and the annual egg production capacity to 2,500 tons.
Awarded by the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun for the device for weight tracking of egg-laying hens. Developed a poultry manure fermentation system and started to sell it.
Succeeded in the development of a separate calcium feeding system and started selling it.
Completed a deodorizing device that removes ammonia, the source of bad odors. Succeeded in making the farm odorless.
Awarded as a Kanagawa Prefecture Excellent Certified Agricultural Corporation.
Hosoya Poultry Research Farm established an off-line GP center with a livestock cluster subsidy. At this time, the farm was renamed Kikukawa Farm and GP Center was renamed Kikukawa GP Center.