Chicken is a staple in the American household. We raise heritage New Hampshire Red chickens on pasture here on our homestead. Our chickens plenty of fresh grass and bugs and prevent over grazing. Chickens are uninspected and sold whole or parted.
New Hampshire Reds are a heritage breed of chicken currently listed as "Threatened" by the Livestock Conservancy. Created in 1915 here in the Granite State by selective breeding of the Rhode Island Red. These birds were selectively bred specifically for their ability to produce a higher meat yield in a shorter amount of time compared to the RI counter part. Unlike the Cornish Cross chicken, these birds naturally reproduce on their own making a sustainable chicken option.