Saturday, September 22, 2012

Fresh Chicken now available from The Wooly Pig


Hi! Nichki and Laz from The Wooly Pig here, taking over the Barberry Hill Farm blog for an entry!

We are young aspiring CT farmers who were lucky enough to meet Kelly and Kingsley last March and over the past several months they have become our good friends and farming mentors. This fall, the Goddards have been so kind as to lend us their pasture and their expertise so that we can raise our very first batch of chickens for our community.


Our birds are pasture raised, which means they are brought up outdoors with plenty of access to fresh vegetation, open air, and sunlight.



They are fed a strictly organic diet – an added cost for us that we feel is a worthwhile investment in our customers’ health. Pesticides in non-organic animal feeds can be substantial and the vast majority ingredients used are genetically modified.



Genetically modified foods have been linked to toxic and allergic reactions, sick, sterile, and dead livestock, and damage to virtually every organ studied in lab animals. The effects of genetically modified crops on our health has yet to be studied by the FDA, and while they are banned as ingredients in all of Europe and 17 countries elsewhere, the FDA does not even require the labeling of GMOs in our food ingredient lists. Our organic feed is GMO free which benefits not only the health of our birds, but our customers as well.

But our birds aren’t just good for you - they taste great too! We can’t thank our customers enough for supporting local, sustainable agriculture.



Your good decisions help build strong, healthy communities right here in Connecticut. And we certainly owe a great big thanks to Barberry Hill Farm for their generosity and encouragement while we try to provide our neighbors with the best darn chicken we know how to raise!

For more information on our chickens, please contact us by email at TheWoolyPig@gmail.com

1 comment:

  1. Heck yeah! The best people raising the best meat!

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