Do you sell eggs? . . .
No, sorry! Just whole chickens.
Does your farm have other animals or products? . . .
We share our farm with another producer who raises cattle, which keeps the land diversified. This confuses pathogens and encourages the foundational symbosis of a healthy farm.
Do you have a farm store? . . .
No, but you can visit the "Get Yours" page for a list of places that sell our chickens. The farm-to-fork movement is cool, and no one is behind it more than we, but today's family cannot drive from one farm to another for every single food item; they'd never have time to cook or enjoy the products! So we partner with other farms and organic markets to sell our products to you.
Do you have a CSA? . . .
No, but we are part of a partnering vegetable farm's CSA to provide our local pasture-raised whole broilers to customers FRESH each week. Check out Lost Corner Farm to learn more.
Can we visit your farm? . . .
We love nothing more than meeting the people who are healthier becuase of our daily work. Farm tours are scheduled occassionally, so contact us to find out when the next tour will be booked. Please understand that there will likely be a wait for space to open on a tour that you can join.
Do you sell boneless, skinless chicken breasts? . . .
Our philosophy is that we should take responsibility for the whole animal, even if there's a little learning curve involved. Here's a quick video on how to roast a whole chicken in the oven. You will not be disappointed if you cook the whole thing and use the bones for broth!
What do your chickens eat? . . .
Our favorite topic is chicken feed. We are adamant about keeping our chicken's food non-GMO Project Verified and chemical-free. When we first began raising chickens, we committed to non-GMO, but that wasn't enough; we wanted organic. So we switched to Hiland Naturals Feed, which is tested quarterly for pesticides and other chemicals. The results of these 3rd party tests are published online, which to us, is the height of consumer education. Our feed also contains probiotics, another benefit that has wide-spread advantages. Plus, of course our birds eat grass, bugs and local forage on fresh spring-fed pasture.