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Fryer Chicken, Cut Up

These smaller birds are very lean. Choose the size that works best for your meal! You'll receive 1 whole fryer chicken separated in to 8 pieces.
Approx. $17.67
base price: $5.89 per 1 lb

Our chickens enjoy being raised outside in the sunshine, scratching around in the dirt to find yummy things to eat. Because of their active lifestyles our Fryer Chickens are extremely lean and have very little fat. Your cooking directions may need to vary to ensure that your meat is tender and juicy every time. After cooking, use the leftover bones to make healthy, healing bone broth!

Ranging from 2.5-4.5 lbs they are just the right size for a smaller family. Now you can choose from 2 size options!

Smaller Fryers range from 2.5 - 3.5 lbs ~ Larger Fryers range from 3.5 - 4.5 lbs

The advertised price is an estimate and based on exactly 3.00 lbs. You'll receive 1 whole fryer chicken separated in to 8 pieces. Your final price will vary based on the actual weight of your meat.

All of our chickens here at John Henry's are fed a mix of corn, oats, and peas, and bugs to keep them happy and healthy. All feed is GMO free. They are, locally raised, no hormones and no antibiotics. Our fields and feed are never exposed to harsh chemicals or pesticides. All chickens are free range and able to enjoy being outside as much as they wish. 

Blog Post: How to Cook a John Henry's Chicken 

Blog Post: Bone Broth

 

Next Drawing Oct 1st, 2019

Register for a chance to win a "Healthy Start Bundle"!

  • 1 - Pork Tenderloin
  • 2 - B/S Chicken Breast (Individual)
  • 2 - Ground Sirloin
  • 2 - Ground Turkey
  • 1 - Boneless English Roast
  • 4 - Salmon pieces
  • 1 - Chicken Breakfast Sausage Links
  • 1 - Italian Turkey Bratwurst
  • 1 - Free Hickory Smoked Bacon 

$143.00 Value

 

 

 

 

Winner July 1st 2019 Drawing!!!

Hamilton Beach Indoor Electric Grill!
 

  • Hamilton Beach Indoor Electric Grill
  • ThermoPro Digital Meat Thermometer
  • Small Grilling Meat Bundle

-Meredith P.
Rochester MI
"My family and I absolutely love John Henry’s meats! I recommend them to all my family and friends who are looking for a healthy meat option for their families."

Hormone Free Grass-Fed Beef, Pastured Turkey Pork, Open Range Chicken

The benefits of eating pasture raised, grass-fed meats are hard to deny. From the extra nutrients to the shaky ethics surrounding commercially raised animals, pasture-raised cows and free range chickens win every time. While we hear the most about steaks and beef, the same benefits can apply to any animal raised without hormones in its natural habitat. Typically pork or chicken is referred to as pasture raised, or free range instead, as these animals are natural omnivores and eat a little of everything. Our family farm produces grass-fed beef, pastured pork, and free range turkey and chicken. Our gourmet meats and dairy products are shipped fresh to customers in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, and the Chicago, Illinois area. Pastured pork, beef, chicken, and turkey is not only better for the animal, but it’s also better for the consumer too. If you’ve shopped for meats at most grocery stores, you probably saw bright red packages of similar shapes and sizes, which is different from the varying packages of beef you would find when shopping with an small, local farmer. Each animal is unique, and John Henry’s doesn’t use steroids, hormones, or fatty feeds on our farm. This produces a higher-quality cut of meat that can vary in size, shape, and color depending on what muscles were exercised more. Grass-fed beef, and pasture raised turkey, pork, and chicken also have fat that is more yellow due to healthy beta carotenes that are present. We also cut each of our meats fresh and ship it to you the same day! If you haven’t tried grass-fed beef, pastured pork, or free range turkey and chicken you don’t know what you’re missing. Save $10 on your first shipment with promo code “New10” John Henry’s ships to Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennesee, New England, Virginia, West Virginia, THe Carolinas, And more!