The birds I am raising after they are hardy enough to leave the brooder house are out on clean fresh pasture every day getting lots of natural sunlight and fresh air. Since they are out on fresh green grass every day they are able to eat all the bugs and grass they want. They are also given all the organic feed they need. They are so much healthier than a confinement operation since being out on pasture you can sure taste the difference.
Even most "organic" chicken you get at the store are still industrialized confinement birds. To top it off since we process our birds by hand at the farm you don't have to worry about salmonella, fecal soup or the chlorine baths that are standard with most other chicken. We would never consider the use of growth hormones or antibiotics either.
I think its important to know where your food is coming from and how it's raised. I live near Marshall at Mulberry Gap Farm and would welcome your visit to show you how I am raising my chickens. Feel free to call or email as well. I would love to talk to you.
As I said earlier I have started to raise my first batch this year and plan to process them in early May. I will have 35 to 40, 4 to 5 lb dressed farm fresh chickens to sell. Right now I am taking names and contact information of people along with how many they want to buy. I am selling my pasture raised chickens that are fed organic feed for $3.99 a pound.
You can contact me at 704 305 8084 or email me at samsharvest at gmail.com
I look forward to serving you with the best local chicken you can buy!
Sincerely, Sam Jones
Second batch of chickens will be processed and ready to pick up in early August. Get your orders in!
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