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A Humane Chicken Giveaway! Aug. 25 to Sept. 15, 2016
Enter here to win 25 lbs. of FREE humanely raised chicken!
Humaneitarian is partnering with White Oak Pastures to give away their popular Chicken Sampler — a $95 value! ($140 with shipping)
To enter, please provide your name & email below. A name will be drawn at random after Sept. 15 and the winner will be notified. Everyone who enters will also receive Humaneitarian and White Oak Pastures e-newsletters (and if you’re into humanely raised meat, we’re pretty sure you’ll enjoy them).
White Oak Pastures is a renowned farm/ranch in southwest Georgia known for its humane treatment of farm animals, its use of rotational grazing practices, and its tasty pastured meats. White Oak is run by legendary rancher Will Harris and his family. The farm extends its reach way beyond Georgia by offering nationwide shipping of its products.
Humaneitarian is an independent, online resource for people who want to find and eat humanely raised meat. The website offers inspiration and information to help meat eaters become ‘humaneitarians’ – a new word for people who choose humanely raised meat. Check out the site while you’re here!
The chicken giveaway will begin Aug. 25, 2016 and no entries will be accepted after Sept. 15 at 11:59 pm EST, so enter now!
Enter the chicken giveaway here:
The White Oak Chicken Sampler includes: 2 small chickens, 1 pack of bone-in chicken breasts, 1 pack of chicken legs, 1 pack of party wings, 1 pack of chicken thighs, 1 pack of chicken tenders, 1 lb. of ground chicken, 1 chicken liver, and 1 chicken gizzard. See website for shipping procedure and estimated pounds. All chicken is pasture raised, Certified Humane, and Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Step 5+. The breed is Red Ranger.
The giveaway is now closed – we are no longer accepting entries. Check back soon to find out the winner of the giveaway!
Be sure to also check out this blog post about some very encouraging developments for America’s chickens. As the post shows, our humane food choices are really making a difference for farm animals!