Texas Chicken Farms
The below 3 Texas Chicken farms and ranches sell direct to consumers.
Any heritage breeds, free-range or specialty services are listed next to the farm.
Why buy local? Freshness, care, variety and the ability to deal directly with the person raising your livestock or poultry.
This list isn't necessarily meant to be a complete listing, but more of a listing of consumer-oriented farms that focus on quality.
If you are looking for a great place to buy fresh meat then stop here first. Also, please shoot me your experiences (positive or negative) or help me add any that should be listed here.
To submit a request, go to the add or update a farm page or email me the information - farms(AT)tipsforBBQ.com.
All Farms |
All Chicken Farms |
Alabama | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Delaware | Florida | Georgia | Illinois | Indiana | Kansas | Kentucky | Maryland | Massachusetts | Missouri | New Jersey | New York | North Carolina | Ohio | Oregon | Pennsylvania | South Carolina | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Washington | Wisconsin | Wyoming
||Dewberry Hills Farm
5619 FM 1624
Lexington, TX 78947
|At Dewberry Hills Farm, we raise pastured poultry and we've been told that it's really good chicken. We never use antibiotics and all our pastures are chemical free and have been for years. Come see us at the farmers markets in Austin.
8040 FM 642
Purdon, Texas 76679
|Located between Dallas and Waco we supply grass-finished beef cuts, soy-free/corn-free/gmo-free broiler chickens and turkeys and egg. Browse our website to learn more. We can deliver. Our customer comments say a lot about the quality of our products. We support other small farm businesses that process our meats which are USDA inspected. Thanks for checking out our website!
||Kenz Henz and Hatchery
15701 Fir Rd
Santa Fe, Texas
|We are a fairly new Hatchery/Breeders. We mostly sell eating eggs for $3.00 a dozen and we have the capacity to hatch up to 5,000 chicks a month. While small in size, we take great pride in our flock and how they are raised. The birds are put up in pens every night and are let out at sunup to graze on open range for grasses, weeds, seeds and bugs. Please call for more information.
|Farm owners: click here if you would like to add or update the information for a farm.