Whole chicken from pasture raised and soy free chickens.
There are many ways to prepare a whole chicken that doesn’t involve roasting. Of course, if you want to make a delicious roast, you can. Just make sure you save the bones to make stock. But if you’re feeling adventurous, buying a whole chicken and butchering it yourself is a great way to save money, and you can make more meals like cutlets with the breasts, braised or roasted thighs and legs, and stock with the carcass.
*Comes frozen and sealed.
Our chickens are pasture raised in mobile coops. They are moved daily to get access to fresh green pasture, with plenty of bugs and seeds to forage for. Pastured chickens are the happiest and healthiest and produce the most nourishing foods.
All of our chickens are free of GMOs, antibiotics, steroids, and vaccines.
CORNISH CROSS CHICKEN
These birds are a more traditional Cornish Cross breed. It has a milder flavor and whiter meat. They are fed completely GMO-free soy, corn, small grains and minerals.
Our Cornish cross chickens are
✓ Pasture Raised
✓ Free of hormones and antibiotics
✓ Fed a completely GMO-free feed