Poultry Lover's Package 17lb total The Good Shepherd Collection, featuring America's oldest lines of poultry and waterfowl. This package ships via FedEx Overnight for $50 for delivery on Tuesday, November 20th with a fresh heritage turkey.
One 3-4lb Whole Chicken New Hampshire One 4-5lb Whole Duck Aylesbury One 8-10lb Whole Turkey Each whole bird is individually packaged. Assembly Required.
Humanely raised on pasture
100% antibiotic free
Raised by Frank Reese on Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch
All vegetarian fed
New Hampshire This breed is a close cousin to the Rhode Island Red Chicken breed and was developed in New England – primarily in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The New Hampshire chicken was recognized by the American Poultry Association as a standard breed in 1935. These medium sized chickens are known to be competitive and aggressive and are desired for their meat.
Aylesbury Duck The Aylesbury is America's rarest duck and boasts a bouncy texture and rich, creamy fat. Its robust flavor with nutty and herbaceous notes make this the most flavorful duck on the market today. By raising this exquisite tasting bird, fourth-generation poultry farmer Frank Reese is staying true to the motto “eat them to save them.” Americans consume less than 1/3lb of duck per year but we hope to restore the bird’s presence on the farm and at your dinner table. See our blog for 3 delicious and simple recipes!
Heritage Turkey Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch turkeys can trace their genetics 174 years and are the oldest line of turkey in America. This year the flock celebrates its 101st year in the great state of Kansas. This is by far the juiciest, most flavorful bird on the market today.
Good Shepherd turkeys are 100% antibiotic free from the parent stock to the hatching to the harvest and pasture raised on the Kansas prairie. Fans of Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch turkeys include Alice Waters, who says “These birds are without a doubt the tastiest birds you can possibly serve!”
Information gathered from the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy website (http://albc-usa.org/).