The average weight of this most recent harvest is 11 lbs.
How Our Chickens Are Raised
All our birds are raised on the same pasture our cattle graze and are moved to fresh grass every day. Living outside and grazing naturally keeps our birds healthy, which means we don’t have to treat them with hormones or antibiotics.
In a recent lab study, pasture-raised chickens had 4x higher Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) than industrially raised chickens, where birds spend most of their lives inside on their own waste.
ATP is the human body's source of energy! A lack of ATP is a major limiting factor for healing damaged tissues. By increasing cellular energy, you increase the body's ability to heal itself. When describing the basis for human energy, ground zero is adenosine triphosphate or, also known as, ATP. This enzyme molecule is considered to be the pure energy engine of life as we know it. It stores what we need to function on practically all levels in the cytoplasm and nucleoplasm of every single cell. Its capability to transform negatively charged atoms into high levels of energy is staggering. ATP is produced 2 times to the 10th degree in our bodies every day. Some say ATP consumes the equivalent of one person's body weight daily. It is by far the rock star of our internal microscopic community.