Our son Jacob graduated from High School this past weekend.  Congratulations Jacob!

Chickens started our “pasture grazed meat” business and Jacob has been the “pasture poultry” guy.  Raising chickens on grass requires a shelter.  Shelters provide protection from weather and predators.  We call the shelters “chicken tractors”.  There are many kinds of chicken tractors.  All chicken tractors have one thing in common, they must move to fresh grass daily.  Jacob has been our main chicken tractor puller!

Jacob our Chicken Tractor Puller, then and now and soon to be on to other things.

Jacob our Chicken Tractor Puller, then, now and soon to be on to other things.

Soon Jacob will be on to College but the tractor pulling will continue.  The old saying is that many things taste like chicken, but you haven’t tasted REAL chicken until you have tried a pastured chicken.  The ONLY way to get a chicken that has had the opportunity to graze is from a local farmer.  Taste the pasture poultry difference:

  • GRASS!
  • SUNSHINE!
  • Non-GMO grains.
  • No antibiotics.

All possible due to the power of the chicken tractor puller!

Never saw a chicken eat grass?  Check out the video at the end of the linked post below.

Ever see a chicken eat grass?

 

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