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Pastured Poultry

We raise Pastured Poultry for you! They enjoy a pastured ranged existence where access to grass and sunshine are paramount. The birds are feed the best Organic soy-free feed. We grow Freedom Rangers a breed of chicken that does very well on pasture. They grow for 11 to 13 weeks and weight 4 to 5 pounds dress (cleaned). At $6.50 a pound they are a great value ($25 to $32 per whole chicken). They couldn’t be more natural or humanely raised.

Thanks for your support community we sold out of chickens this year, 2017.






As per the poultry processing permit we sell our chickens fresh and whole and only within 48 hours of harvest. We shrink wrap the product for your convenience. A trip to our farm is part of the fun.

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Butchering day is a bit messy and time consuming but it is many times cleaner and more humane then large poultry factories can provide.

Next Harvest:

Nov. 20th or 21st Thanksgiving week

A pasture full of chickens.

A pasture full of chickens.

Dated, weighted, and priced for the shopper.

Dated, weighted, and priced for the shopper.

Meat Birds

Costs: $6.50 a pound
Deposit: $10
When: TBD 2018

Mother Hen Turkey and Hatch-ling

Mother Hen Turkey and Hatch-ling

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  1. Jerry Storer permalink
    June 29, 2015 1:17 pm

    Good afternoon, This is a weird question I am sure, but I am in need of some help. My wife and I relocated to Kitsap from Phoenix last year. We are doing some farmsteading and are in need of some help.

    We have 35 Red Ranger chickens that we are raising for our own meat purposes. We also had 6 hens laying eggs. I say had, because I slaughtered one of the older non producing hens a couple of weeks ago, leaving us with 5.

    The kill did not go as I had planned it. I need to learn how to better accomplish this so that when I am ready to slaughter the meat birds, it will not be a terrible process for the birds as it was for this unfortunate hen that did not deserve that.

    If you are willing and have the opportunity, can I offer my services to you in exchange for learning the best most humane way to process the birds? I am willing to work on your farm on the weekends when I am not working my job, and be hands on to learn anything you can teach me.

    We live in Port Orchard and are fans of the businesses that are bringing quality farm goods to our community.

    Please let me know if there is a way to do this. I know you are a business and I am not a customer, but I am willing to help in any way I can.

    Many thanks for your time and consideration,

    Jerry Storer

    • June 30, 2015 6:58 am

      Dear Jerry,

      That is not a wired question at all. Educating the public is part of our mission.

      Erin

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