1. Save Money
Whole chickens are dollars-per-pound less expensive than cut chicken pieces. The average whole bird feeds four people, plus the leftover carcass can be used to make flavorful, rich, nutrient dense chicken stock or bone broth.
2. Improve Your Cooking Skills
Like any skill, practice makes perfect. When you break down a whole chicken, your knife skills will quickly improve, you feel even more comfortable tackling new cooking techniques, and you become a better cook.
Pasture-Raised: Better For You & The Planet
It’s all connected. We know that healthy animals and a healthy environment are good for our own health, too.
Still intimidated by the thought of cutting up your own pasture-raised heirloom bird? Don’t be! There are dozens of simple “how-to” videos on YouTube that will walk you through this process step-by-step like this one: