Pasture Raised Broiler Chickens

  • Raised in bottomless shelters that are moved to fresh pasture at least once per day—often twice.
  • Supplemented with a grain ration mixed on the farm with non-GMO Corn & Soybeans from local farmers.
  • No Antibiotics used
  • No Hormones used
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Chicken Whole Broiler

Chicken Whole Broiler

Frozen whole broiler chickens ranging from 3.0-5.5 lbs. With prices ranging from $13-$20/bird. $1/bird discount with purchase of 20 or more. 

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Chicken Whole Broilers pre-ordered and picked up fresh at farm

Chicken Whole Broilers pre-ordered and picked up fresh at farm

 Fresh whole broilers. Discounts for pre-ordered and picked up at farm on processing day. 3.0-5.5 pounds.  As low as $3.00 per pound.

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Chicken Breast

Chicken Breast

 Boneless skinless chicken breast, 2 breasts/pkg.

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Chicken Tenders

Chicken Tenders

Chicken Tenders from our pasture raised broiler chickens. Packages will have 6-8 tenders per pkg, being close to 1lb.

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Chicken Legs&Thighs

Chicken Legs&Thighs

Chicken legs & thighs. Two pieces/pkg.

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Chicken Wings

Chicken Wings

Chicken wings from our pasture raised broilers.  

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Chicken Hearts and Livers

Chicken Hearts and Livers

Chicken hearts and livers. 2.00 pounds/pkg, $7.00/pkg.

  • Price: $7.00

Chicken Feet Broth

Chicken Feet Broth

1 quart of broth made from our chicken feet. $10/pkg.

  • Price: $10.00

Chicken Bone Broth

Chicken Bone Broth

1 quart of broth made from our chicken backs & necks. $10/pkg.

  • Price: $10.00

Chicken Backs & Necks

1 Package of 3 backs & necks. $10/pkg.

  • Price: $10.00

Chicken Backs & Necks: Bundle of 5.

Bundle of 5 Packages of 3 backs & necks. $40/pkg. (a savings of $10)

  • Price: $40.00
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According to Jo Robinson in Why Grassfed is Best!, “An independent lab compared the nutritional value of broilers raised on pasture with conventionally raised chickens.  The free-range chickens had 21 percent less total fat, 30 percent less saturated fat, and 28 percent fewer calories.  The breast meat was so lean that the USDA could classify it as ‘fat free’.  Yet the meat had 50 percent more vitamin A and 100 percent more omega-3s.”


What our customers say about our broiler chickens:

 
“The chickens are such a treasure.  We made stock from the leftover bones and the chicken feet…Fantastic!!!”
 
“The chicken was DELICIOUS.  Yummy!”