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Why Pastured?

"Pastured", or "pasture-raised", means raising poulry / livestock on pasture.

The USDA definition of "pastured" is rather vague.

What "pastured" means on our farm is a rotational grazing process. Our chickens don't simply have ability to pasture. Our chickens live on the pasture.

We routinely rotate our poultry on pasture. Each week, our hens' mobile coops are moved to new areas. Each day, our broilers' pens are moved to new spots. This process is one aspect of how we are able to be antibiotic- and chemical-free, because our birds are constantly moving to "cleaner" ground, helping maintain health naturally.

Pastured poultry meat and eggs are a healthful alternative to conventionally produced poultry products.

Studies have shown that eggs from pastured hens have 30% less cholesterol, 25% less saturated fat, 60% more vitamin A, 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids, 3 times more vitamin E and 7 times more beta carotene.

Why Soy Free and Corn Free?

In the United States, it is very hard to find organic or non-GMO corn or soy. In fact, over 90% of all corn and soy produced in the US is genetically modified.

Also, a number of people today are allergic to corn and soy and to meat products from animals that were fed these products.

Why Non-GMO?

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are living organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laboratory through genetic engineering. Most grains available today will contain GMOs.


We supplement our feathered friends with H and H Feed, a soy free, corn free, non-GMO feed.




Humble Rooster Farm, LLC    Soy Free, Corn Free, Non-GMO Pastured Poultry

849 County Road 213, Bertram, TX 78605  |  512.779.8935  |  questions@humbleroosterfarm.com