chickens range from 2 to 4+ lbs. Cost $5.50 per pound.
CSA discount of 10% for current CSA subscribers of 4 weeks or longer.
Scroll down the page and see how to joint a chicken. Gordon Ramsey does and explains it so
We are growing out December fryers. They will be raised in one of our hoop
houses to keep them from the elements. This is a grand experiment. Our Winter Chicken will be more expensive to grow out,
but how much more we don't know yet.
Enjoy the tender,
succulent meat of our chicken. These fryers have huge breast meat and big drumsticks. If you want other parts, we will
be selling liver, gizzards, hearts and feet (very limited). Please reserve them by e-mail.
Order your chicken by e-mailing us. Include your name, telephone number, and how many you want. Pay when you pick up your bird, when we will have its weight.
We cannot promise any specific weight. You must pick up your chicken no later than the following Wednesday unless you provide
us with written instructions. We accept cash and checks only for chicken, at this time except for group buys (see above at
top of right column).
Dressed chickens range from 2 to 3 lbs. Cost $5.50 per pound.
CSA discount of 10% for current CSA subscribers of
4 weeks or longer.
Our meat chickens are raised as nature meant them to live: in the fresh air, sunshine and rain,
eating grass, insects, and soil. We supplement their diet with certified organic feed. They arrive as 2 day old chicks and
within two weeks, depending upon the weather, we put them outside to eat, scratch, and sun themselves. They live in a large
chicken tractor -- a funny name for a chicken coop and yard that we move once or twice a day. The chicken tractor keeps them
safe from aerial predators, such as eagles and hawks. Our Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs,
Rosie and Sawyer, protect them from ground predators such as coyote, mink, and other weasels.
I ate this. Very succulent and delicious. Get one for yourself.
We can sell to restaurants, institutions, grocery stores, and distributors. We now have our
own poultry processing trailer on our farm. This is a big change that allows us to sell our chickens everywhere the big
chicken processors do except out of state.