Free-Range Pasture Poultry and Eggs
Free-Range Cornish Cross Broilers
Free-Range Pasture Poultry and Eggs: To place an order for Free-Range Pasture Poultry and Eggs, please follow this link for the poultry order form. Poultry orders will also be accepted by phone, e-mail or regular postal delivery.
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Our laying hens are Silver Laced Wyandottes and Buff Orphingtons. We have eggs for $2.00 a dozen with orders accepted by phone or e-mail.
We offer free delivery to in the town of White River or you may pick them up at the ranch. Call us at (605)344-2560 or email us at email@example.com.
Chicken House Remodel
2011 Photos of the Restoration
We have a photo album of the 2011 restoration project and first photos of our chickens at 2011_ChickenAlbum.
Please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions you may have. Our phone number is 605-344-2560, or email us at:firstname.lastname@example.org
The chicken house remodel began in April 2011 and was completed in early June 2011 for the arrival of the chickens. The chicken house is a typical 1930’s style having two rooms and the ability to comfortably house 200 birds.
The small room serves as our brooder house and the large room is home for the laying hens.
Mobile Chicken House
This Spring, we bought a new Wilson stock trailer which was proudly made in South Dakota! The next question was “What to do with our old trailer?”
The trailer has now become a dual functioning piece of ranch equipment. George made moveable chicken nest boxes with hooks when remodeling our chicken house in 2011. Now he has created a portable roost with hooks and made a swinging bar for holding the feeder. All of the equipment inside the trailer is removable so the trailer can still be used as a stock trailer as needed. He used tin from the 2007 barn remodel to keep the elements off of the chickens so they can stay warm and dry in their mobile unit. He cut and placed plexi-glass on the back gate and front sides so we could see what is happening inside the trailer when hauling livestock.
The chickens will have fresh pasture daily and will be fertilizing various areas of the pasture with their manure. While they enjoy their summer home, we will be cleaning out their winter chicken house and the vegetation in their winter chicken yard can grow back lush to wait for the chickens return in late Fall.