A cold-hard, healthy, and nutritious bird for every home, the cold-weather chicken is all about flavour and texture.
It has a rich and satisfying flavour, and is also rich in protein, calcium and vitamin D.
The chicken has been in a good state of health for many years, but some birds may not be suitable for new homes, according to the Australian Pet Foods Association.
The cold-adapted chicken is the latest addition to Australian food and drink standards, which aim to reduce the risks of disease, illness and malnutrition.
“Australian chickens are a good source of protein and calcium, which helps keep them healthy and healthy people,” said AussiePetFoodsAustralia.
“But the best thing about Australian chicken is that it’s very nutritious and is very affordable.”
The birds can be kept for up to 10 years and are excellent at laying eggs.
“The Aussie Pet Foods Australia spokesman said the chicken can be used to make a variety of dishes, such as soups, salad dressings and salads.
AussiePet FoodsAustralia said the cold hard and healthy chicken is available for $7.50 a kilogram ($15.70) and the cold and hardy chicken can also be used in a salad dresser or as a topping for soups.
It is sold in supermarkets in Australia, New Zealand and the United States.”
There are some chicken breeds that are known for being too hard to make and there are other breeds that we like to breed with that don’t do well in the home,” the AussiePets spokesman said.”
We do make chicken with hardiness, and a few breeds do well and the price is right.