To get the most out of cooking chicken, it's always best to cook a whole bird. Less wasteful, and guaranteed to be more flavorful than any one part, cooking a whole chicken will be sure to bring the family together for a great meal (or provide several meals for one for the whole week!). Roast whole stuffed with lemons and garlic cloves or traditional bread-based stuffing; spatchcock and bake for a quick but succulent dinner; brine for 24 hours and roast with some herb butter in the skin for a delicious, somewhat neutral base for many meals.

Delivered frozen.

Locust Point Farm

Elkton, MD

Since 1980, Locust Point Farm has endeavored to provide natural meat with no antibiotics or growth promotants added. A small family farm in the northeastern corner of Maryland, Locust Point specializes in grass-fed beef, turkeys, and our favorite, Chesapeake Choice chicken, which is processed in an on-farm facility. These chickens are so special because they are raised in small flocks, allowing for better use of their free-range space and the ability to give more individual attention to each bird to ensure welfare. These happier birds forage better, aren't competing for resources, and are truly free-range, not just allowed a small outdoor pen. Once you try their chicken, you will immediately be able to tell the difference between well-cared for, well-nourished chickens and commercially farmed animals.

Product arrives frozen and can be stored in freezer up to 12 months past freeze-by date on package. Keep frozen until ready to use. Defrost in the fridge and cook within 2 days.