Suitable for 2-3 adults. Whole pasture-fed Kai Tong chicken from Khao Yai. Part of the diet are larvae and termites for really healthy and happy chickens. When we say pasture-fed we mean it. Often free-range is an empty term, but these chickens roam around a huge fertile area with lots of food to be found. Kai Tong chicken is different from Kai Korat in the sense that the meat is slightly firmer, but not chewy. We raise our chickens on our own farm. Our chickens live under a roof, but are not confined and have an outside area equivalent of 4 football fields to roam around. The outside area is shaded by lots of trees, which you can see below on the pictures we took during one of our regular visits. We do not feed them any GMO's, antibiotics or growth promoters. At the Paleo Robbie farm, our hens forage for their own diet and sometimes get lucky and find larvae and termites. At dinner we spoil them with turmeric which helps boost their immune system and crickets to ensure they receive all the nutrients they need. We know for a fact that healthy chickens and ducks produce better eggs and we are confident to say we have the best in Thailand. As the chickens have strong immune systems, the farms simply don't need to use any antibiotics. Pasture-raised poultry is always free of growth hormone promoters. Robbie wrote this blog article a while back about why you never find pasture-raised eggs in the supermarket. To make sure our chicken is really clean we send random samples from the farm for testing. You can find the latest result here.