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.
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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