Well, nestled into the Blue Ridge Mountains of Chattahoochee National Forest in Fannin County, northern Georgia, stands a chicken farm, full of pride, heritage, tradition & experience…Springer Mountain Farms.
They are family owned, raising chickens for over 40 years, not to mention these third generation families contribute hundreds of years of wisdom to raising the finest chicken on the market today.
The story goes, years ago, in the Northeastern hills of Georgia, the founders had begun selling chickens out of a back room of their grocery store, building their business on strong values & good working relationships with the surrounding farming community.
Now, fast forward to the present day. Striving to provide people with the best chicken out there to feed their families.
Springer Mountain Farms boasts 100% All Natural chickens raised with no antibiotics, growth stimulants or Hormones, nor are those birds fed animal by-products.
You might be wondering what they do eat then? A vegetarian diet with natural vitamins & minerals, and of course, fresh mountain water. #thatswhatsup @SpringerMtnFarm – Follow them on Twitter.
Worried about how the chickens are treated? That is a hot topic when it comes to farming animals, isn’t it?
Well, Springer Mountain Farms was the first poultry company in the world to be American Humane Certified by the American Humane Association. This association is the longest running child & animal welfare organization in the USA. There’s your answer.
From what I see, they take pride in what they do…Their products shine from all their hard work & diligence they put into their craft. Healthy chickens make for good eats.
Find Springer Mountain Farms online: http://www.springermountainfarms.com/
- Want Springer Mountain Farms Chicken in your Stores? Print up this special request form to give to your grocery store manager where you live: http://SpringerMountainFarms.com/data4zip/special-request-form.pdf
I hope you enjoy this Chicken Information on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
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