A cross between a Heritage Transylvanian Naked Neck, a Heritage Delaware, and a Peterson family line from the 1940s, these heirloom Pioneer birds were selected for leg strength and bone density, immune health, propensity to explore outdoors, and gastrointestinal health. They are robust, healthy & active which means a slower growth, higher bone density, & no need for antibiotics, ever.
Bred, raised and processed in Northwest Arkansas on 800 acres of pasture and forest, these chickens thrive outdoors from morning to night on their inherent omnivorous diet of bugs, grubs and grasses. Any supplemental feed they are offered is non-GMO and grown by local farms under regenerative practices.
The breed and raising practices directly translates to the health and flavor of the chicken, while air chilling locks in those natural juices and rich flavor from the skin to the bones. It is a vastly superior chicken in land impact, nutrition and flavor.
Pasture-raised with unlimited outdoor access.
High in antioxidants & Omega 3's, Vitamin A, and oleic acid.
No Antibiotics, ever. Average size 3.5-4 lbs (Frozen)
I make jamican **** chicken often. Out of all the times I've made it, everyone I fed rated and enjoyed this chicken the best!
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Haven't cooked one yet but I had a store bought one in the freezer, just comparing them buy looks I can tell the difference in quality.
We can't wait for you to taste them both to be able to really tell a difference!
All the products I purchase from Force of Nature are great including the chickens. My favorite is the Bison Ribeye's. I eat at least 3 a week!
The organic chickens are delicious but perhaps a bit light on the size and density- what is the typical serving size? It seems like it only feeds 2-3 people. Is that normal or is that not typical for that type of chicken?
Hi there! These pasture raised birds are not fed any GMO's like conventional chicken, and therefore are smaller in size. These birds are far superior in quality, taste, and nutrient density. :)