We may not know all the names of the chickens, but we do know they lived happy lives and roamed free on a local farm, because we’re friends with our farmers. As with all our products, hormones and antibiotics have no place in our poultry cooler. When we say pasture raised we truly mean it, these ladies are out on fresh grass every day eating what bugs they can find as well as the organic feed supplied to them. This is an important distinction to make with poultry because the term free-range holds no weight with us. Since our chickens are raised in Whatcom county they cannot be raised outside during the wet months so we have them vacuum packed and frozen during the last month of processing so we can keep a freezer stocked during the winter months. Fresh season starts every again April.