Vega Farm is located in Coalville, Utah, next to Park City where the greatest snow on earth is found. I started rasising fowl since I was nine years old. My knowledge about breeds, and breeding techinques continues to grow.
As a small fowl farmer, I raise chickens, ducks, geese, quail, turkeys, pheasants, and any other type of bird that catches my intrest. Please feel free to look around my website.
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. - Dr. Seuss.
About My Awards & Accomplishments
On May 26, 2012 I graduated from North Summit High School. As a FFA member, I have received my green hands degree, a star greenhand 3rd runner up award, and a chapters degree. I have received awards and certificates for the following; outstanding artist in art, broadcasting, health science, animal science and advanced animal science.
I was the secretary for Skills USA and a Skills USA radio broadcasting member. I also was a member of journalism, broadcasting, and FCCLA. I have studied french for 2 years through an online high school. I speak English and Spanish fluently, and I'm continuing to learn french.
When Growing Up
My name is Carlos Vega, I was born and
raised in Utah. I am one of two sons of Leticia and Lino Vega. Growing
up, I was always unique, even when I was 2 years old. My
eyes always lit up to electronics and puzzles, and they still do.
With my father passing away when I was 2, my
mother always worried about me and my brother. My life changed when my mother
introduced me to my first baby chickens in 3rd grade. I was gifted with
a dozen baby chicks and a chicken coop. My mothers attention was to
distract me from television, games and incorrect behaviors that were
influenced from friends. As my chickens grew, so did my knowledge.
Throughout my middle school years, I explored into the poultry world by
reading fowl-type books, researching online, and talking to local poultry
farmers. I established www.vegafarm.com in 2008 when I was 14 years old.
My small farm continued to grow on one acre of farm land.