As suppliers of Grass-fed certified meats we love being asked what we do and how to get our meat. We have also teamed up with an accredited paddock fed meat bird company Little Greenbush Poultry They have space for their birds and are a start up business who have identifed a spot in the food chain.
These birds have space to roam and grow, like our cattle and sheep, they grow at their own pace and not held in cages to all be the same size. Consistency is for the supermarkets, Little Greenbush birds are exceptional and when I bought and ate my first one, like red meat I didn’t quite know what the taste was. It hit me later, it was the actual taste of real chicken, like from my child hood. This was a business we would like to be associated with.
Bullys Beef & Other Meats now helps promote and sell the chickens, with views of getting our lamb and chooks into our local markets and retail outlets in Adelaide, South Australia We would love you all to jump over and like our face book pages and email us for your home delivery Order form. At this stage we can only deliver into Adelaide South Australia but we are planning to grow.
We talk about our farming, share ideas on the health benefits of grass fed / paddock fed, hormone free and anti-biotic free meat raised for human consumption under the best of conditions and as close to the natural conditions animals deserve and should have. This is some of the chickens look at the fact there is no cages here.
Sorry for Adelaide people only (in South Australia) feel free to email me email@example.com we will send you an Order form and happily add you to our list.
“Go beyond organic by asking for 100% grass-fed. Don’t get sidetracked by the confusing array of labeling terms like natural” or “pasture-raised.” Labeling laws allow products to display these terms even if lambs spend little or no time outdoors in a pasture setting. Unfortunately, even the term “grass-fed” is not sufficient since grass-fed lambs may have spent a relatively small amount of time grass feeding. The standard to look for on the label is “100% grass-fed.” Talk to your grocer or the lamb farmer and find out how the animals were actually raised. In addition, if you would like more information about the practice of grass-feeding” http://www.whfoods.com