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Raising range fed broilers is very labor intensive, because the individual pens have to be moved every day to give the chickens fresh grass as well as bugs and other insects. Also they have to be fed and watered twice a day.

We feel compelled to warn you, the exceptional quality and flavor of these chickens will “ruin” you – store bought chicken will never be good enough any more.

Steve Schrock

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new equipment

Here is a picture of us installing a new grain elevator last fall.

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We are currently well stocked with range fed chickens in the freezers, which are on sale for $2.19 per pound. We will be starting up with raising fresh chickens later on this spring, but the dates have not been set as of yet.

We also have plenty of eggs on sale for $1.00 per doz. from our range fed hens.

And by the way, we still have five turkeys left that are on sale for $2.19 per pound.

Also, if you have any interest in range fed beef, give us a call.

You can call us at 662-369-4151 or 662-369-6062 for more information, or come by the farm to check us out.

Remember our slogan, “Eat well, live long.”

Steve Schrock

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we’re on twitter!

Cackleberry Farms is leaping into the 21st century, you can now follow us on Twitter too! Here’s the link: twitter.com/rangeFed

rangeFed on twitter

rangeFed on twitter

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