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We invite you to visit our farm and see for yourself the variety of products that we have to offer. From our pasture raised pork, beef and chicken, to our somewhat diverse array of craft and art items produced right here on the farm, there's something for everyone. Click the links below to learn more.

Pork | Beef | Chicken | Arts/Crafts | Gardening Tools | Forever Tomato Cages


Cut Price / Lb.
1/2 or Whole $ 5.50

About Our Chicken:

Our Chickens are Cornish Crosses.

We raise our chickens outdoors in the sunshine. The baby chicks live the first 2 weeks in a brooder Chicken Tractor that is strong enough to keep the local coyotes, racoons, skunks, and possoms at bay, yet allow the chicks to graze and chase bugs. These tractors are moved twice a day to give them more fresh ground to explore.

They are then moved into a much larger tractor which is opened at sunrise to allow them to wander freely about the pasture to eat grass and bugs. As sunset nears, the chickens make their way back to the tractor where we close them in for the night for their safety. These tractors are moved daily providing natural rich nutrients for the pasture.

We're often asked if our chickens are "free ranged". The short answer is yes. But we prefer the phrase "pastured", as it best discribes our methods. People think that when they read 'free ranged' on a grocery store chicken that is lives a wonderful life outside on pasture. The reality is that to be leagally labled 'free ranged' all one need do is allow the birds 'access' to the outside. In otherwords, you could have a commercial chicken house that houses 100,000 birds that has a door that opens to a 10 foot by 10 foot concrete slab. That's commercial free ranged, not how we raise our birds.

From the USDA.
"Free Range: Producers must demonstrate to the Agency that the poultry has been allowed access to the outside."

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Tamworth Farms
6123 Ridge Road, Sodus, New York, 14551, 315-483-8267
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