Luckybird Farm uses organic practices to sustainably raise flavorful, wholesome pastured poultry on our small farm. We began raising chickens in 2007 and are slowly developing our business to provide our local community with fresh, healthy, delicious chickens (broilers), turkeys and eggs.
We are currently raising three different meat bird breeds which have been carefully selected for slow growth and foraging ability, which adds to the nutritional value and flavor of the meat. Our egg layers are a mix of heritage and production breeds and our limited number of turkeys are all heritage breeds.
All of our birds are fed certified organic grains, kept on pasture once feathered and receive daily treats such as heirloom vegetables straight from our organically managed garden. Although we have never used herbicides, pesticides, or other chemicals on our land, we are not a certified organic farm.
Our goals are to live responsibly on the land by providing habitat for native animals and plants (30% of our farm is dedicated to wildlife habitat) and by building the soils by careful livestock management to provide wholesome, healthy foods for ourselves and our local community.
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