You can get Zaycon chicken for $1.89/lb! You will be purchasing 40 pounds at a time. Typically, chicken in the store is about $1.77/lb. You might be able to find it for $1.67/lb a few times a year. Zaycon chicken is $1.89/lb, but you are getting fresh from the farm chicken. Never frozen, no additives, no added hormones, etc.
Here’s the information I’ve shared about them before, and ordering information:
They have locations ALL OVER, even smaller communities, so be sure to check out their list. There are different ordering deadlines, depending on your area, but the do sell out from time to time, so be aware of that. Delivery dates also vary, but seem to be mid-October.
It’s a lot of boneless, skinless chicken breasts . . . 40 pounds to be exact. It’s fresh from the farm, never been frozen. There are no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients. It comes in a box with four separate 10 pound bags. If you don’t have the freezer space, consider sharing it with a friend. The total cost will be $73.60 plus tax.
They have a short video, if you want to see what to expect.
Be prepared! It’s a very large amount of chicken and they are huge breasts. (They are almost too thick to just throw on the BBQ. You’ll probably want to slice them.) I spend a couple hours prepping mine. I slice some, fajita style. I cube others. I make tenders out of some. And, I leave some larger. You can also freeze it with your favorite marinade. Of course, you can just stuff them all in freezer bags without very much prep and it wouldn’t take nearly so long. I always LOVE that I did the work ahead of time. I just pull out a quart sized freezer bag and dinner is so simple!
The pick up process is super easy. You don’t even have to get out of your vehicle. You drive through and they load it up for you.
** They have a referral program where you can earn a $1 credit for each order placed. After you sign up, if you decide to tell your friends about it, find your own referral link to give them. I appreciate you using mine, but don’t send them to my link . . . get your own credit!