All animals are raised in the outdoor pasture or field. Our lands and grounds are never treated with any artificial fertilizers. With the application of organic farming there's never a need to use harmful pesticides or herbicides.
Our natural production practices eliminate the need for drugs or medications that are commonly used in factory farms where poultry are kept in confinement and amassed in large groups.
Chickens are omnivores. They get nutrients and energy from eating a diet consisting of both plants (grasses, weeds, seeds, vegetation) and animals (worms, bugs, insects). We supplement their diet with free-choice whole grains such as wheat, oats, corn or soybeans.
Animals on our farm are given the upmost care and respect. From birth all they way through slaughter, we ensure that they have the highest quality of life where they can express themselves and live in an environment as close to natural as possible.
We use the definition adopted by the U.S. Congress in the 2008 Food, Conservation, and Energy Act to define a locally or regionally produced agricultural food product: less than 400 miles from its origin or within the State in which it is produced.