National livestock conservancy critical list members, we participate in the "Shave 'em to save 'em" initiative. Read more about the importance of this initiative: The Livestock Conservancy
American and European heritage breeds crossed in the 1960's to create a slower growing, healthy sized bird boasting a more flavorful meat.
Respected for their ability to utilize a free range lifestyle to create a healthier, dark yellow yolk surrounded by a strong shell.
California natives, this breed is well-filled and bred predominantly for meat production.
This light honey showcases our local wildflower and crops as our bees are never fed synthetic pollens or proteins.