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Pasture-Raised Chicken, Native for Stew

Pasture-Raised Chicken, Native for Stew

1.00 KGS
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FREE-RANGE. HUMANE. SUSTAINABLE. LOCAL.  For stews and soups.   The general rule is, “low and slow.” Cooked longer at a lower temperature.

  • Entirely free-ranged in our farm using sustainable practices; 
  • Never been fed antibiotics and has never been given synthetic growth hormones;
  • No pesticides or herbicides on the soil or feed;
  • Tamed by small farmers and have been treated humanely

Your full-flavored and healthy source of protein.  

How to cook it? These chickens are completely different from the commercially available chickens you find in the supermarket. The general rule is, “low and slow.” Cooked longer at a lower temperature.


Try our recipe for Thai Coconut Chicken.

*From 120 day old native Basilan, traditionally bred and raised outdoors. What does this all mean? Are you aware of what kind of chicken you buy? Here's something you should know: in the late 40's poultry geneticists engineered a fast growing chicken known as a Cornish Cross. Since then, this bird completely consumes the marketplace (it can even be certified organic.) But this breed grows at an unnatural, abnormally fast rate of 37 days! If humans grew at the same rate, we would weigh 260 pounds when we reach 2 years old! These birds cannot reproduce on small, local farms. Because of this, the birds' legs cannot handle the weight and end up crippled within weeks after hatching. Their hearts cannot pump blood fast enough and often they die of heart failure. This breed also cannot reproduce. The genetics of are “owned” by the large poultry producers. 

What do we offer you? Poultry that grows at a normal, slow rate. Our birds were grown for 120 days. They run around on pasture and develop muscles. This means normal organ development, more muscle and texture, more nutrients and stronger immunities.Ask the oldies: the longer a chicken lives the better it will taste! 

We also give you a heritage, standard breed. Not only do they taste good, they can naturally reproduce. This breed was developed for this climate. We have also develop this from our own breeding flock! Our flock is quite sustainable! When a farmer is able to breed, grow and market his own fowls, he is no longer dependent upon the bigger producers. 

Lastly, these heritage breeds were bred to be outside on pasture! Many farmers in the pasture poultry movement, are taking industrialized, commercial poultry that were developed to grow in confinement and putting them out on pasture! That is not what they were created for! The best birds to raise outside are the old breeds that were meant to be on pasture; they run around, they eat bugs and grass. 

When you buy and eat these chickens, you support a local farm. Sustainable, heritage chickens provide security for our food system: Think about this. According to the FAO: 1 in 5 farm animals are in danger of extinction. By eating a traditionally bred, heritage chicken and creating a market for these breeds, you help to ensure these historical breeds are saved from extinction and passed on to the next generation. (Taken in part from the Sustainable USA Poultry Network.)

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  1. okay 3 Star Review

    (Submitted on 2nd Mar 2017)

    Chicken seemed old.

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