Chicken and Eggs
We are excited to announce we will now have our own pasture raised chickens available! Raised on our pastures here in Canterbury, NH they are fed non - GMO grain. These local chickens have more flavor, more nutrients, and are sustainably and humanly raised.
Our broilers are processed at a USDA inspected poultry processor in Maine which also meets the requirements to be HALAL certified. Unlike most poultry processors in America they utilize Air-Chilling, to quickly reduce the temperature of the bird after processing. This process results in pure, honest meat.
Our layer chickens that produce eggs are also pastured raised and fed non - GMO grain.
To ensure the safety of our birds from predation issues we have the help of a Maramma guardian dogs, Doc. He instinctively guards livestock.
100% Grass-fed Beef
Since our cows live in healthy conditions and eat a diet appropriate for ruminants, their own health benefits, as does our own. According to eatwild.com, “Meat from grassfed animals has about half the fat as meat from grain-fed animals and significantly fewer calories.” Meat from grass-fed animals is also dramatically higher in CLA, or conjugated linoleic acid, four times higher in vitamins E, A, D, and omega-3 fatty acids.
The health benefits of eating pastured pork are dramatic. Pastured meats are much higher (as much as hundreds of times higher) in vitamin E and “good fats” like omega-3s and CLA, or conjugated linoleic acid, than conventional pork. There’s an unbelievable taste difference between our pork and conventional pork. Our pork is processed naturally and our bacon is nitrate-free.
Bulk Pork and Beef
At various times throughout the year we offer 1/2 or whole pigs or cows for sale. Contact us for more information: email@example.com
At Brookford Farm we deeply respect the animals we are entrusted to care for. All our animals are humanely slaughtered. Our beef and pork are slaughtered, processed, and packaged at a USDA inspected facility. Our poultry is raised and processed by our friends at Vernon Family Farm.