Jersey Giant chicken

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The Black and White Jersey Giant chickens are true to their name, as they are the largest capon table birds produced in the US.  The Jersey Giant was developed in New Jersey in the 1870s by crossing several large, Asiatic breeds, to meet the demand for caponized heavy fowl.  Both the White and Black Jersey Giants produce brown to dark brown eggs even through the cold winter.  Because it takes time to grow their large frame, they have little meat until about six months.  With such a long growth period, these chickens often lose out in the industry to more rapidly growing birds. Currently, there are fewer than 5,000 breeding birds for both the Black and White Jersey Giants in the

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Adalyn Farm

  Stanwood , WA

We are a small growing farm in beautiful Stanwood Washington. We are building our customer base with the hope of supporting ourselves primarily from the sale of what we love and raise here on our farm. Currently specialize in Nubian goats, poultry (chicken, turkey and goose), eggs (chicken, duck, goose and turkey), some veggies and honey! (more...)


A Long Time Coming Farm

  Hudson, MI

We raise pastured poultry (heritage breed chickens), meat goats (Boer/Xs), meat sheep (Katahdin/Dorper/Barbados) and feeder pigs. We are all natural with no steroids, hormones or medications and only use natural fertilizers and insect control methods.(more...)