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Heritage Chicken

Grow and Behold Heritage Chicken grow slowly, producing meat that is dark, nutty, rich, and lean with a truly unique and special flavor. Bred and raised on pasture by Frank Reese of the Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch, these chickens are now available kosher for the first time in decades. Availability is limited -- buy yours while supplies last!

How To Cook Heritage Chicken | What is Heritage Chicken?

Heritage Whole Chicken

Bred for robust flavor, these birds are a culinary treat. Heritage poultry is quite lean, and are best enjoyed slow-roasted or braised in liquid at low temperature for 1-3 hours until tender.
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Heritage Whole Roaster

These large roasters are the slowest and longest growing chickens we sell, and the flavor will show it. Heritage roasters have an extra dark and ultra flavorful meat that some say is reminiscent of turkey, duck, or goose. The bigger the bird, the deeper the flavor. For best results, slow-roast at low heat or braise.
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Heritage Chicken Cut in Eighths

Save the hassle of cutting up a whole bird by letting us do it for you! Heritage birds are known for their intense flavor. They do best when cooked at low temperatures, whether braised or slow roasted, for several hours, until tender.
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