These farm-raised quail from Québec are grain-fed, air-chilled, and are not fed animal by-products, antibiotics,or growth hormones. Air-chilling (contrasted with water-bath chilling) preserves natural flavor, inhibits bacterial growth and yields exceptionally tender, light-colored and succulent quail meat.
Poulet Rouge (aka Naked Neck Chickens) are an heritage breed of chicken from France. They have superior flavor, thinner skin, and longer, thinner cuts than commodity chicken. These poulet rouge are slow grown in North Carolina from French breeding stock. They’re fed a strict vegetarian, all-grain diet without antibiotics, hormones or growth stimulants and live in open-sided houses with access to the outdoors. They are air chilled for superior flavor and marinade absorption.
A young pigeon and all dark-meat, squab is a tender and rich meat that is well-suited for roasting or grilling. That's why it has been served to royalty around the world for years. All natural squab is fed a vegetarian diet and fresh spring water, and is free of added hormones and antibiotics.
Poussin, essentially a young chicken, is often referred to as the "veal of chicken." They are all white meat and a cost-effective way to put game birds on the menu. These all natural poussin are free of added hormones and antibiotics, and fed a vegetarian diet.
white ringneck pheasant
Free-range all-natural pheasant are fed no animal by-products, hormones, or antibiotics. The White Ringneck pheasant has a higher meat-to-bone ratio and is dense, rich, and hearty.
Guinea fowl have lean, slightly red meat that has a stronger flavor than chicken, with some of the richness of duck. These birds are grain-fed, free range, air-chilled and free of antibiotics, hormones and growth stimulants. Air-chilling, as opposed to water chilling, better preserves flavor without adding water weight.
cornish game hens
Game hens are simply young chickens of the Cornish breed, and are the perfect single-serving size. Juicy, tender, and easy to roast, game hens don’t tend to dry out during cooking.
other game birds
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