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With this level of attention to detail, it's easy to understand the reasons why, Rainbow Ranch Farms is leading the way to better health through, exceptional food. Since 1991.

No Corn

NO Genetically Modified Organisms

No Soy

NO Antibiotics

No Wheat, No Spelt 

NO Pesticides

NO Chemical Fertilizers

No Fish-meal or Flax 

NO Synthetic Amino Acids

No Artificial digestive enzymes

No Preservatives

NO Coconut-by-products

No Toxic fillers 








Xenia's Heritage, Wild-Foraged

Holistically & Pasture-Raised Poultry

Xenia's chickens, turkeys, ducks, and game birds live their entire lives, ranging freely. All day, they are foraging through wild and native indigenous vegetation while, hunting, scratching and, pecking around the heirloom gardens for bugs, grubs, worms and other "species-specific" organic matter, "As Nature Intended"


 • Poultry breeds that thrive on outdoor-living all year. 

 • Humanely raised in small groups, in Southern California. 

 • Parent/breeding-stock is on-site.

Our members and, customers find additional comfort in knowing that their poultry is 100% sustainable, trace-able and, can rest assured that our accountability and, transparency equates to better food security. Products of California, U.S.A.

Year after year Rainbow Ranch Farms exceeds the standards for Physio-Organic  humane and, ethical handling.

Wild forage-based poultry diets are best for the overall health and, welfare of heritage poultry breeds. Open access to freely range and, feast on indigenous, native vegetation, provides their crops with beneficial micro-organisms which helps keep their immune systems, strong.

With a species-specific diet comprised of approximately 80% bugs, grubs, worms and, other insects, provides the 80:20 protein to fat ratio that they require to build healthy bones, strong connective tissue, well formed muscles, organs and energy. With the inclusion of approximately  15% of wild, native and, indigenous vegetation, fallen seeds, grasses, seasonal vegetables, greens and, fruits they thrive on natural fiber sources and get their fill of phyto-nutrients. As they scratch, peck, dig and, hunt through our compost, they also receive the necessary grit (approximately 5%) that helps their gizzard to grind up food for, optimal digestion.

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