Heritage Poultry
We focus on Heritage Poultry to help maintain, improve, and expand populations of high quality poultry for the production of meat and eggs that conform to the American Poultry Association Standard of Perfection.  We are currently building our meat flock of these poultry breeds from genetic populations established prior to the mid-20th century. Our eggs layers are happily producing on NON-GMO ORGANIC diets.
Contact us to secure your regular supply of FARM FRESH duck and chicken eggs.
Barred Hollands may be the rarest of American breeds.  A light-weight bird, imported from Holland. was bred with White Leghorn, Rhode Island Red, Lamona, and New Hampshires to produce this Heeritage breed.
We lean heavily on our Non-Industrial White Leghorns for the production of large white eggs. This Heritage breed originated in Italy and first came to America around 1830.
           FARM FRESH EGGS!
Weekly deliveries to Falcon, Peyton, Calhan, Kiowa, Elizabeth, Castle Rock, Sedalia, Highlands Ranch Colorado and Denver Tech Center (Belleview).  Contact us to place your order or for more information.
Livestock Conservancy
Understanding Heritage Poultry
The Khaki Campbell originated in England at the turn of the 20th century. Duck eggs have the same taste as chicken eggs but have a richer smoother consistency  and have twice the nutritional value. They make cakes and pastries fluffier and richer. Duck Eggs have more Omega 3 and are an Alkaline producing food which is a great benefit to cancer patients.
Our primary brown egg producer is the Rhode Island Red. This Heritage American breed originated in Massachusets and Rhode Island in the early 1900s.
The Silver Laced Wyandotte is a beautiful breed that was named after a Native American tribe prevalent in parts of upstate New York and Ontario, Canada. This Heritage bird adds to our brown egg supply.