Cock and Bull Farms

We were tired of chicken that no longer tasted like chicken. We wanted Eggs with the bright orange color and whites that werent all runny and gross... I was hungry for chicken and eggs like Grandpa used to raise. I refused to eat chicken that had no flavor or consistency and the purple meat on drumsticks grossed us out. My wife and I felt that we had to do something... so we started growing our own.

Our Chickens are raised locally, CAGE FREE on PASTURES. They spend their days outside GRAZING in the pasture, with their choice of grass or grain feedstocks. We NEVER feed or inject our chickens with HORMONES, ANTIIBIOTICS, or STEROIDS. We believe it is a combination of fresh, air, sun, unrestricted movement, and the grass/grain fodder that give our chickens and their eggs the amazing flavor and consistency.

Listing last updated on Feb 14, 2013

Local Free Range Chicken and eggs! Raised on the pastures, the meat is processed at a USDA facility ran by Amish folks. The meat is denser, the flavors are bold, there is a huge difference you can taste the first time you eat free range chicken or eggs!



Schedule and Location:

Edwardsville Farmers Market, Saturdays, 8-noon
Highland IL Farmers Market, Thursdays 4-8pm
Maude's Market STL, MO 7 days a week
Township Grocer Edwardsville, IL 7 days a week
Fair Shares CSA STL, MO

Schedule and Location:

You can pick up on our farm if you call ahead for availability at 618-972-4291

We wholesale eggs, whole chickens, boneless skinless breasts, wings, drumsticks, thighs, and any combination thereof to retailers and restaurants concerned with the quality of thier chicken. Local Delivery and Shipping available.



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Knowing where our meat comes from and how the chickens are treated is very important to my family. As the mother of three children, I have made it a priority to give my children food that is nutritionally dense.... [more]


Great pastured chicken from great people. I found Cock and Bull Farms at the Edwardsville Farmers Market last season and asked them a lot of questions prior to purchasing through them.... [more]

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