Environmental Regeneration & Carbon Sequestration
This year’s six flocks of broiler (meat) chickens will help to regenerate 1.35 hectares (3.35 acres) of soil and then generate approximately 7 cubic meters of compost from their time in their brooder.
Specifically your chickens, if you were to subscribe to 12 chickens a season, will scratch, aerate, feed upon, fertilize, and reclaim 67 square meters (721 sq. ft.) of land and generate 46,667 cubic centimeters of compost, which is further redistributed as fertilizer.
All of this effort increases the soil’s ability to sequester carbon dioxide — a real climate change solution.