Our geese and chickens are allowed to range freely, feeding on the pastures, but as they simply can’t survive on grass alone, they are given the grains alongside the pasture to flourish and remain healthy. This is where the term pasture-raised comes from, as they are not exclusively grass-fed.
Our chickens are moved every day to fresh pasture where they live stress-free, fertilising the soil and reduce parasites, spreading nutrients across the field. As young chickens don’t roam very far, we keep them in pens big enough for them to have as much fresh grass as they need, and these are moved every day. Due to their healthy diets high in beta-carotene from the pasture, they have a yellow colour to their skin and the yolks of their eggs are bright yellow.