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509-523-4833     W. Babb Rd., Rosalia, WA 99170


Palouse Pastured Poultry Corn/Soy GMO free pastured broiler chickens
Available May - October       (%10 discount on 10 or more birds)            4-6 lbs./bird.......................$4.00/lb.

Our Cornish Cross broiler chickens are GMO corn and soy free, as well as being pastured. Our chickens are available fresh at local markets within 24 hours after processing, and they are done in our own WSDA-inspected plant with ourselves at the head of the crew doing the work so we can oversee the quality of each and every bird that we bring to market.

In order to insure quality, we mill our own rations from 100% non GMO grains most of which are grown on our farm.    Another aspect we consider important is our use of local green sweet peas because these peas add a unique flavor to the final product.   We like to refer to them as our “sweet pea” chickens, not only for their flavor, but their demeanor as well!

In addition to their grain ration, we pasture our chickens on  grass/alfalfa clover fields, which provide them with a fresh, high-quality protein source, as well as many vitamins and nutrients essential to a well-balanced and wholesome chicken diet.  A further benefit of pasturing is the vitamin D our birds produce from sunlight, which is lacking in most commercial operations.  In addition, our birds drink fresh water that comes from our artesian well. 

Palouse Pastured Poultry corn free soy free non GMO chicken eggs                                           
Small to Jumbo size eggs..........$3.50 - $6.00/dozen depending on size                                           

When you shop for eggs, you may come across a variety of phrases splashed across an egg carton, such as "humanly raised," "cage-free," "free-range," "omega-3," "naturally nested," etc.  These all mean different things and can be tricky for conscientious shoppers to figure out (see Laura Sayre's article "How to Decode Egg Cartons"  Mother Earth News).

Our goal at Palouse Pastured Poultry is to provide you with premium eggs that you can be sure came from chickens that were raised with tender care, fed high-quality feed from our own fields, and in a healthy and natural environment with plenty of sunshine, grass, bugs, fresh artesian water, and room to roam and socialize.  We gather our eggs every day, and market everything we collect within a week. 

While we could place all the labels above on our egg cartons, we would like you to judge for yourself.  Crack one of our eggs next to a regular store-bought egg and see and taste for yourself the difference.  We have noticed that our eggs are more flavorful, have thicker whites, deep-yellow to orange yolks, cook slower and taste better.  In fact, the difference was so stark when we first began getting our own eggs that it planted the seed for us to start this business.  Our eggs will be available from May through October.  Our collection of laying hens include Welsummers, Buff Orpingtons, Ameraucanas, Rhode Island Reds, Red Stars, White Leghorns, Plymouth Barred Rocks, and Black Sexlinks.  These breeds produce eggs from brown, blue/green, and white to dark brown.

As of yet, we have not had our eggs tested for their nutritional content, but found this piece of information regarding pastured eggs, and thought you might be interested:

"In 1999, Pennsylvania pastured poultry producer Barb Gorski used a grant from the USDA’s Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program to have meat and eggs from her own birds and those of two other farmers tested for nutritional factors. The pastured eggs were found to contain 10 percent less fat, 34 percent less cholesterol, 40 percent more vitamin A and four times as much omega-3 fatty acids compared to the standard values reported by the USDA for commercial eggs. (Numerous studies suggest diets high in omega-3s can help protect against heart disease, mitigate the effects of Type II diabetes, and benefit the human body’s immune responses.)

The pastured chicken meat (with skin on) contained 21 percent less fat, 30 percent less saturated fat and 50 percent more vitamin A than the USDA standard.

In 2005 and 2007, Mother Earth News found similar results after testing eggs from pastured flocks across the country. The pastured eggs had roughly one-third less cholesterol, almost three times as much vitamin E, seven times more beta carotene and two times more omega-3s compared to the standard USDA data. A follow-up study in 2008 showed that pastured eggs contain three to six times more vitamin D, too. Pastured eggs also typically contain higher levels of carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin, which are thought to be important to eye health."

Excerpt from "How Do Your Eggs Stack Up" by Laura Sayre from the May/June 2010 issue of GRIT magazine

Palouse Pastured Poultry corn free soy free non GMO duck eggs.........$4.00/half dozen

There are several reasons why people use and enjoy duck eggs.  Many feel they are unbeatable for baking and pastries, and are popular with chefs and bakers due to their texture and richness.  Nutritionists like them due to their excellent mineral, vitamin, and amino acid profile.  See Metzer Farms website for an interesting nutritional comparison between duck eggs and chicken eggs.  In addition, some people with chicken egg allergies are able to tolerate duck eggs for eating.  Before digging in, however, we recommend consulting with a physician and/or allergy specialist if you have a severe egg allergy, as chicken eggs and duck eggs have many proteins in common.  It might be worth a try though, if you have a digestive intolerance to chicken eggs, versus a severe allergic reaction.

Duck eggs can be used in all the ways that chicken eggs can.  Because they are bigger, you may only need one duck egg instead of two chicken eggs in a recipe.  A fun secret to whipping beautiful duck egg whites is to use a little lemon juice!  Duck eggs have a longer shelf life than chicken eggs, and under proper refrigeration (34 - 40 degrees F.), can be kept up to six weeks.

Our duck eggs are fertile, and come from a breed called Golden 300.  These ducks are known for their calm demeanor and high fertility.  As with our chicken eggs, expect premium duck eggs when you buy from Palouse Pastured Poultry.  Our ducks are tenderly cared for, fed high-quality no corn no soy non gmo feed, and raised in a large, open area with and all the amenities that nature provides without the threat of predators. 
  We gather our eggs every day, and market everything we collect within a week.  Our duck eggs are available from April through October.

Palouse Pastured Poultry, free-range, bronze turkey
Available November - December                                                      15-24 lbs/bird..........$5.00/lb

Our turkeys are raised under the same standards as our , free-range chickens.   Fed our own 100% locally sourced, corn fee soy GMO free ration.  In addition to their prepared feed, our turkeys are able to roam and socialize in a large, open pen with plenty of grass, bugs, fresh air, sunshine, and artesian water to drink.  Truly a holiday treat for the whole family.  
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