Quail Eggs - 18/pack
Quail eggs are considered a delicacy in many countries, including western Europe and North America. In Japanese cuisine, they are sometimes used raw or cooked as tamago in sushi and often found in bento lunches.
High yolk to white ratio with a delicate lush flavor. Great for Scotch Eggs, antipasto, topping on sliders, or deviled eggs. Our Coturnix Quail produce a large-high-quality egg.
All Natural, Head & Feet off
SIZE – 1.2 - 1.6 LB AVG / BIRD
Our Cornish Cross Poussin is raised on our farms in Sullivan County, New York. They are grown for 3 1/3 – 4 weeks in large arena-style coops where there is plenty of room to exercise and roam freely. This antibiotic/hormone-free Poussin is known for its great flavor, leanness, and tenderness not found in commercially raised birds. Please call with any questions.
New York State Heritage Chicken - 3.75 - 4 lb. avg. Rich, intense flavor raised with time-honored tradition. Sold Buddhist Style, Head/Feet On Comes Frozen.
Please note: Frozen items may thaw in transit.
Black/ Red / Yellow Feather Chickens are a slow-growing breed that caters to traditional European and Asian tastes. The farms raise this breed in order to fulfill the new immigrants' demand for a chicken that reminds them of the old country. The breast is shallow, but the legs and thighs are meaty. Preferred by dark meat lovers.
The chickens are free-roaming, slow grown, and raised without antibiotics or hormones.
Our chickens are grown in our sister farm in New York State. We raise them in an in-closed arena because of diseases that birds outside the buildings may carry can be passed to our chicken. We keep our chickens indoors to keep them healthy and disease-free.
We feed them a healthy diet of only corn and soy beans. The corn is grown on our own sister farm, and we have a close relationship with our feed company, (Cochecton Mills).