Category: <span>Meat Birds</span>

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A Clear Difference

  What makes our chicken so different? That pasture raised, beyond organic, local, humanely raised, sustainable, biodynamic, soil building, carbon sequestering, nutrient dense, regenerative, bug hunting chickens that are free to express intuitive omnivorous behaviors has become lost in our commercial food system. One thing we preach is everything we do on our farm is...

A Lesson From Nature
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A Lesson From Nature

On our farm, we believe in working in harmony with nature. That includes local wildlife. Learning this dance with nature sometimes requires us to take a step back. For the first time, we have had an aerial predator attack. As we approached one of our chicken shelters, we saw a red tail hawk found it’s...

Dancing Diversity
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Dancing Diversity

How do we get the most nutrient dense produce? We say we biomimic patterns in nature on our farm. One key aspect we always find apparent in nature is diversity. In nature, you will not find a field of corn or a pasture of constant herbivores. Herbivores migrate through the land and the plant life...

Free Range Chickens
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Free Range Chickens

Every week from April until mid to late November, we attend local farmers markets. We of course have our usual customers that are hooked on our chicken who stop by, get their favorite cuts, and go about their shopping as they patronize the other vendors. These are the ones who are already familiar with us,...

How We Raise Our Meat Birds
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How We Raise Our Meat Birds

BROODER First, our chicks start in a brooder where we use their own bedding to their advantage. Our chicks are not vaccinated in any way. Instead we rely on nature to work that microbial wizardry. First you have to understand, chickens, much like humans, cows, dogs, and even chipmunks, all have an immune system. This...