World's Fair Chicken - How Chicken Got So BIG
This is the story of how an Italian immigrant and a grocery store sparked the modern chicken manufacturing industry that we know today.
We are still eating the Chicken of Tomorrow, but it is time for a new contest, a contest not for a new Chicken of Tomorrow, but rather for a new kind of agriculture, one that is less focused on corporate profits and more focused on producing strong healthy farms and clean food.
Read the entire story to learn the whole truth.
Pasture Raised-Free Range-Cage Free
What do the labels really mean?
Wildly Tasty Chicken’s are raised outside on pasture. We have done extensive research to ensure that our chickens live in an environment as close as nature intended.
Our chickens are raised in chicken tractors. Wooden structures with hardware wire walls that allow fresh air, and sunshine 24/7. The bottom is open allowing our chickens to live on pasture grass.
The USDA loosened its regulations regarding poultry production in 2017...
Take the Fourth Step to a Happy Healthy Life
Ego or self-esteem are not always a bad thing. Society teaches that to boast and seek praise is being prideful and bragging (a sin even). Philosophers and scientists know that a healthy ego is good. Recognition from those we associate aids mental health, helps with relationships, and social circles, motivates learning and can be the result of achievement at each of the first three levels...
Strength of conviction and the freedom of choice can be found at this stage. This is very difficult to get to this level until late in life. Women and Men will circle back to levels three and four multiple times in their life...
Chicken is Bad for you.
You might be surprised that I would say that, since I own Wildly Tasty Chicken.
Due to recent loosening of the Chicken regulations 99% of chickens are raised in warehouse facilities. Chickens are fed only low cost grain, given antibiotics to fight disease, and never go outside, leaving little to no nutrients to be absorbed by the chicken...
Locally sourced Pasture Raised Chicken is your best best.
Wildly Tasty Chickens are raised outside on fresh pasture and only fed high-quality USDA Organic grain. Our birds are never given hormones, antibiotics or GMO grain...
Take the Third Step to a Happy Healthy Life
Everyone will revisit this level throughout their life. Friendships come and go, people move away. Family members get sick. Relocation can disrupt our sense of connection to community...
Are you lonely, newly, single, searching for a friend to have dinner with? Has family disagreement caused estrangement? Are you angry, sad, or act out? Is there a dispute at work (we spend more time with work family, than we do blood-relatives)? Love and Belonging takes work, and is a key building block to the success we seek...
Take the Second Step to a Happy Healthy Life
This is a tried and true approach to succeed. It is used in business and therapy seminars in various forms to improve sales, production, and promote wealth and satisfaction.
Are you healthy, do you eat well, exercise, feel strong, physically and mentally, are you able to provide preventative health measures? You do not have to become a vegan or a professional athlete. Does your employment offer health benefits? If not; seek out resources to get a health benefit plan or apply for a new job that provides health benefits.
Work to establish a routine that you follow without fail...
Take the First Step to a Happy Healthy Life
Behavioral Scientists have spent a lot of time studying how to be happy. Many people don’t realize that there are steps that are proven to learn how to be happy. Everyone wants to be happy, but some people are just more successful at attaining happiness.
Read on and discover how this time-honored theory can be used to improve your life in 5 Steps...
The Wildly Tasty Chicken Difference
I started Wildly Tasty Chicken as a business to offer a healthy fresh option to consumers that share this concern. Our freezer is always full of farm raised meat that never contains hormones or antibiotics.
With a family history that includes heart disease, stroke, arthritis, obesity, macular degeneration, cancer and diabetes I knew early on that I needed to fix the way I fed my family to stay healthy.
Raising Pasture fed Chicken in Michigan is seasonal. Our chicks arrive 2 days old, hormone and antibiotic free. Due to Michigan's climate the chicks live in a specially designed Wildly Tasty Chick Shed. For the first two weeks of life baby chicks need to live in a 80-90 degree environment. Night time lows can dip to 50 degrees even in the summer in Michigan, so our chicks go outside when they are 3-4 weeks and have developed feathers...
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