Welcome to Happy Farm
Happy Farm sits on 11 beautiful acres in Upper Bucks County. We have some woods and some open
pasture and are surrounded by rolling preserved farm land with views east toward New Jersey. We produce fresh brown
eggs from hens raised on clean, green pasture. Our hens (and our handful of tired, but happy, roosters) have access
to portable buildings for shade and rain protection when they want it and approx. 32 square feet each of fresh
pasture to roam.
Our wonderful pastured, day-ranged Black Star, Red Star, and assorted Heritage breed hens are
currently producing the finest eggs anywhere. They are fed only locally grown grains (no hormones or
freshly ground to our requirements and blended with an all-natural mix of minerals, vitamins, and probiotics
produced by the Fertrell Company -- plus all the green grass and clover they can eat.
They spend the spring, summer, and fall on pasture sleeping in portable barns
we move once a week so they always have clean, green forage area close by.
Allowing the chickens to roam freely and get exercise is very important in
and health of the chicken, and produces far superior eggs than those raised without the
proper space to develop.
Portable electric fences keep the hens in and foxes out (we love our
wildlife, but not enough to feed them with our hens).
They are the happiest chickens around. In the winter months the hens still
have the option of playing outside during the day when they feel like it.
We also have fresh, pastured DUCK eggs! Rich and delicious. Superb in baking. We raise
succulent meat chickens on pasture, and sell whole, dressed birds (fresh or frozen) in the spring,
summer, and fall for your frying, roasting, and BBQ grilling pleasure.
Our pastured ducks are also very tasty and quite lean -- available
summer-winter. In the fall we have tasty, tender pastured turkeys and grass-fed lamb. We sell
started pullets (young hens) and retiring layers for pets and backyard production, and rent Easter
Chicks in season (we supply everything you need for a two-week visit with two baby chicks and we
take the chicks back to grow up on the farm and join the laying team). Call and stop by the farm,
or see us at a Farmers' Market.
• Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA)
• American Pastured Poultry Producers (APPPA)
naturally grown, grass fed/pastured