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Pastured Ranger Chicken

Chicken Season is March-October

Orders must be placed by February 1, 2024 for the 2024 season to ensure availability; however, we may have extras available.

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Chickens weigh 3-6 lbs and are packaged whole, frozen,  and without giblets: $6.00/lb

  • Giblets available by request: $0.75/bird

  • Feet available by request: $0.75/bird

  • Butchered (quartered) chicken available by request: $1.50/bird

  • Fresh chickens available during limited times for farm pick-up only

You may choose to receive your chickens in the following way:

  1. Monthly pick-up/delivery

  2. In bulk, 1-3 times per season


  • A deposit of $10/bird is due at the time of order; the remainder is due upon receipt of the order and will be tallied based on the actual weight of chickens received.

  • Pick up locations are available in NE, SE, North Portland, and along the I-5 Corridor between Aurora and Portland. Pick-up locations are based on demand. If you recruit enough friends and neighbors to buy chickens, your home could become a pick-up location. How convenient!

  • 10% discount for on-farm pick up.

  • Chickens are processed at Mineral Springs Poultry, an Oregon Department of Agriculture licensed and inspected facility
We raise "ranger" meat chickens, especially suited to pastured production. They take a little longer to reach market weight, and don't grow quite as large as the commercial Cornish crosses, but they are a healthier, more viable animal, and they more than make up for their slower growth with OUTSTANDING FLAVOR! Try it, I swear you won't be able to go back to the bland, mushy, grocery store chicken! Learn more about ranger chickens and read tips about preparing them. 
Our chickens are free to be chickens! They enjoy:​

  • Free access to pasture

  • Locally grown, corn and soy free, non-GMO feed plus fruits and veggies grown on the farm using organic methods

  • Natural/organic healthcare

  • Stress and pain minimization techniques are employed for all handling, transport, and slaughter activities

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