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I’m excited to have joined forces with Sean Johnson to provide our customers with a more diverse range of pasture raised protein. Together, we will raise more high quality pork, duck, laying hens and of course, broiler chickens!

To simplify our paperwork, we will now be taking orders and arranging pick up appointments thru Sean’s awesome website. Check us out at :

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Only 50 birds left available this week. Stock up while you can!379_eat-more-cow

We will be sold out of this week’s birds on Saturday(although there are a few fresh frozen birds hanging around for drop-ins). Thanks to those folks who let us roll your order over into next week! We had a surprise visit from a local predator,so our numbers were down a bit. EVERYBODY loves to eat chicken,it seems. I’m left struggling to find the redeeming qualities of the weasel,but resting with knowledge that the offender will receive a high voltage welcome should it return. angry-weasels-300x298

I like this article for it's easy to read explanation of the colors we may see in our cooked chickens. Scroll on down to the comments section for the real gold though! Some great info on meat temperature and desired degree of done-ness. Most of us aren't trying to feed ourselves chicken sushi, but it's such a shame to overcook a plump, pasture raised bird. is all about barbecue, grilling, outdoor cooking with tested recipes for baby back ribs, spareribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, barbeque sauces, steaks, hamburgers, tips on technique, and reviews of hundreds of grills and BBQ smokers, and food thermometers.

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Debunking 6 Objections to Buying A Whole Chicken

Why you should use whole chickens -- See the numbers on why buying a whole chicken from a local farmer is cheaper than buying boneless skinless chicken breast. If you’re still not convinced buying a whole chicken is for you, check out our list of 6 objections that we debunk.

Aug 8th, 2016 7:45am • 2 Comments

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