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"The literature shows that states that want to bring additional resources and talent to their eco- nomic development initiatives in the future utilize public-private partnerships as a mechanism for generating these additional resources, and this proposed model is a very solid start for the governor's team and the General Assembly to build upon during the weeks and months ahead." "I want to thank all the working group members for their active and thoughtful participation," said Rod Ward, president of Cor- porationServiceCo.,andco-chair of the Economic Development Working Group. "Our report out- lines a wonderful opportunity for the business community to work more closely with the state on economicdevelopmentthrougha public-private partnership. It can be a game changer for economic growth." Economic Continued from page 57 Two farm families who grow chickens for Allen Harim, a lead- er in No Antibiotic Ever chicken on Delmarva, were honored as Outstanding Growers by the Delmarva Poultry Industry Inc. at the annual banquet April 18. DPI honored Dale Phillips of Georgetown, a third-generation chicken grower whose father and grandfather also raised birds. His wife Kathy is involved in poultry too, working at the University of Delaware Lasher Laboratory to detect flock illnesses. They oper- ate two chicken houses and care for up to 60,000 birds at a time. Dale Phillips also is active in the Delaware Farm Bureau. His farm, Gravel Hill, has been growing chickens since 1995, and in 2005, Dale took over for his grandfa- ther and built a second house on the farm. Dale and Kathy have two daughters, Ruby and Emily. Also honored as an outstand- ing chicken grower was Chittle Saylor Jr. of Preston, Md., who also won in 2011. Chittle and his wife Jean raise up to 63,000 birds in each flock for Allen Harim in three houses on a Preston farm they acquired in 1993, and they operate a poultry services busi- ness, too. They have three adult children, Ryan, Katie and Leslie, and six grandchildren, and are faithful members of Harmony United Methodist Church. "It's a good feeling, like you've really done something for the day," Chittle said of raising chick- ens. "It's kind of a joy to tend to them ... and it's a hard job. People don't realize that - the hard work you have to put into it." "We appreciate these outstand- ing growers and the work that goes into achieving this title," said Joe Moran, president and CEO of Allen Harim. "Growing chickens takes a lot of time and attention to detail. It's not easy, and we recognize that. These growers have the passion that it takes to be successful." Outstanding Growers honored by poultry industry