Free-range Chicken


We raise slow-growing breeds that reach slaughter age at 70 days of life.  Free-range chickens also do not receive antibiotics (neither as medication nor as performance enhancers), chemotherapy drugs, and anticoccidians, and their feed does not contain ingredients of animal origin.  They are raised in poultry houses with a density of up to 30 kg/m² up to 25 days of life. After reaching that age, chickens can leave the poultry house and go to a grazing area, where they are able to express their natural behavior.
Free-range chicken meat has a characteristic taste and firm texture, resembling the traditional tasty chicken of past times.


  • Whole Chicken