• Non-GMO , Pastured, Heritage

  • $25-$35 Per Whole Bird Average 


Enjoy a first-hand connection to meat raised with respect and appreciation.  

Heritage-breed chickens will partner with us: as we care for them, and as they fertilize the future vegetable gardens.  Available frozen, Whole Birds and Cut Up Birds are available year round at the farm,  and from in Toronto from May to November at the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market.  

Two ways to enjoy:

Whole Birds:  They finish at an average of 4-6 lbs, and cost $5.25/lb: roughly $25 - $35 per bird.  

In Pieces: 2 bird minimum order gets you all the pieces cut apart and vacuum packed into: 4 breast pieces, 8 wing pieces, 4 drums, 4 thighs and two carcasses for making stock and soups.  Price for this is $6.50/lb to cover the extra cutting and bagging costs.  Average for 2 birds would be $60-80/bird.  Two bird minimum order. 

For orders of 4 or more a 50% deposit will be required upon ordering.

About CloverCroft Chicken:

These chickens will are brooded outside and pastured all their lives.  Through the spring and summer and fall they enjoy new turf every day, they run amok while still secure from predators. Scratching about, eating bugs and diversifying their diet better than a simple grain ration alone ever could, creating chickens free to act like chickens, nutrient rich and healthy. Their movement through the farm contributes fertility to the next years' vegetables crops, as the birds clean up any bugs and weeds left over from the year before.  

In the interest of raising a high quality product, but also an affordable product, their daily grain ration is from Non-GMO sources.  


Save when you eat CloverCroft Chicken all year long! 

Order 10 or more whole chickens, and the price drops to $5.00 per pound for whole birds, or $6.00 per pound for cut up birds (savings of more than $30).  They can be taken all at once, or stored here at the farm and picked up quarterly. 

Spent Hens

There comes a time when a laying hen is about 1.5 years old, when her egg productivity naturally decreases, the shell becomes thinner, the albumen more watery.  It begins to cost more to feed a large group of these hens than we can reasonably recoup in selling their eggs, and the hens are then processed as stewing meat.  At this point a new group of laying hens takes over.  

Here at the farm, one of our highest priorities is to provide our livestock the best quality of life we can.  Our cultural practices are designed around encouraging our livestock to live similarly to how they would in a natural state, but also in a way that they are protected from predation and the elements, and productive for the farm.   While it's difficult to say goodbye to these animals, we're grateful for the way they nourish our lives and the important role they play in the having a healthy farm, and we show our appreciation in respecting them as much as possible throughout their lives.

Stewing Hens are available frozen while supplies last.  They are sold for $12 each, which helps offset the cost of rearing pullets prior to them starting to lay.  

A stewing hen makes for some of the best broth and gravy you'll ever taste.  They yield a modest two cups of meat, and lots of broth. Your soups and stews have never tasted so vibrate.  This is an excellent way to finally appreciate your laying hens.