Search For
 

 
Discussion Groups: Food and Dining


Topic: Chicken Breast
0 Like(s)   


vanros

3/6/2017 9:47:09 PM
Member since:
Feb 2017
Total posts:1
Chicken Breast

I am looking to purchase chicken breasts from a farmer. Is that possible? Do I have to purchase a whole chicken? I am not sure how to do this. I eat a lot of chicken breast and I am looking for a more natural alternative other than the store bought chicken breasts with added hormones and fat.  
 
Thanks!

lovemygirl

3/6/2017 9:57:45 PM
Member since:
Nov 2010
Total posts:2004
...

Likely have to buy the whole chicken

Abbysmum

3/6/2017 10:08:54 PM
Member since:
Mar 2009
Total posts:2675
Yep

You're likely going to have to buy a whole chicken. The only time it's feasible to break down chickens and sell off parts like that is if you're a large-scale operation that uses conventional production methods. I mean, if you eat 2 chicken breasts, that one chicken. What happens to the rest of the chicken?  
 
I buy whole chickens from http://www.klassewoodsnaturalfarm.com/chicken.php and I have for years now. Super good! But they do come frozen and are larger roasting chickens - typically in the 2.5 to 3.0 kg range.

Raininggently

3/6/2017 10:18:47 PM
Member since:
Aug 2013
Total posts:17
Harvest Moon

Chicken breast isn't always available depending on supply, but I have seen them on the Harvest Moon website. It's great! You put in an order and then pick up at the appointed time at The Green Spot.  
 
https://harvestmoon.localfoodmarketplace.com/

Kato

3/7/2017 12:23:22 AM
Member since:
Nov 2008
Total posts:770
...

Chickens are not fed hormones BTW. It just doesn't happen. No matter what A&W says.

bigmoe

3/7/2017 6:00:06 AM
Member since:
Jul 2006
Total posts:1616
?fat

And you can't add fat to a chicken breast nor do they feed fat to chickens. Just go to a local grocery store. Now chicken nuggets and formed chicken fingers that's another story. Made up of all kinds of chicken parts all ground up.

 
 
  Advertisement

Page 1 of 1


  Get E-mail/text alerts for this discussion    
Bookmark and Share

   

 
   

   

Current Discussions

 
 
 

Classified Ads

 
 

Blogs

 
 

Local Business Directory

 
 
Looking For A Home!
For all your Real Estate needs plase contact Chad Cumming 725-8864 or chadcumming@royallepage.ca More..
Euphoria Salon
new location 138 10th Street (204)725-2777 More..
House Hunting?
Call -- 761-6834, Amber Phipps @ Re/max Valleyview Realty for all your real estate needs!! More..