Roast it whole or cut it up and prepare parts when needed
There's a whole lot more you can do with a whole, pasture-raised chicken than roast it for Sunday dinner (although that's a good use too!).
If you cut the chicken into its component parts prior to cooking, you have almost endless possibilities of what you can make. And, no matter how you choose to prepare or use each of the parts, you're left with a carcass that's perfect for creating a delicious stock.
One whole chicken provides you with:
Order one or more for home delivery or pickup. And feel good about serving nutrient-dense meat that was raised humanely on the rotating pastures of a local Wisconsin farm. You'll be able to taste the difference between pastured chicken that enjoys fresh air and sunshine and industrial raised, grocery store chicken.
Not sure what to do with a whole chicken? This recipe is one of the easiest ways to cook a pasture-raised chicken and one of our favorites on the farm.