Bo Bo Black / Red Feather Young Chicken

Heritage breed caters to traditional European and Asian tastes. We raised the breed on our farms in order to supply a breed that caters to traditional European and Asian tastes.  The breast are shallow, but the legs and thighs are meaty.  Preferred by dark meat lovers.  

3.5 - 5.5 lb avg. birds.  Head & Feet Included.

Yellow Skin Chicken

Our birds have an all-natural diet; which produces a yellowish tint skin.  

Not like other farms that give chemicals to produce the "Three Yellow Chickens" that Asians love to eat.

Bo Bo White Feather Chicken

Cornish Cross hens, superior flavor and texture with large meaty breasts.  

Lower fat diet, and more healthier.

3.5 - 5.0 lb avg. birds.  Head & Feet included.

Bo Bo Baby Chicken & Bo Bo Poussin

Baby White Feather Chicken, 2.5 lb avg. birds.   Great for roasting.

Poussin's.  1.0 - 1.8 lb avg.  French Style.. Great for single person meals. Easy to roast.

Bo Bo Silky

Exotic chicken with black skin, black meat and black bones that are covered in soft, snowy white feathers.

Silkies can be roasted like a chicken or boiled into a tonic soup that Asians believe can strengthen the sick, elderly, and pregnant due to its :high iron" content.  The size of the silky is smaller than your average chicken.  

1.5 - 2.2 lb avg.

Bo Bo Old Chicken (Fowl)

Fowl also known as the Old Hen.  The original chickens used for chicken soup. Since we keep the neck and feet on, it gives it a stronger chicken taste.  If you want a healthier, heartier and more flavorful version of this, use more than one.

Head & Feet included.  2.5 - 3.5 lb avg.

Bo Bo Guinea Hen

This Hen has a more complex flavor, and leaner meat.  It is much tastier than chicken with a flavor similar to that of a pheasant.

3.0 - 4.0 lb avg. 

Head & Feet Included.

Partridge / Chukars

Partridge meat is red and flavorful. Excellent roasted in the oven or on a spit.

14 - 18 oz. avg bird.

Head & Feet included.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Saturday 6:30am - 2:00pm
1131 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11211         

Bo Bo Quail

Cortunix Quails.  Farm-raised in a large arena coops. These birds are filled with protein, essential vitamins and minerals.  

If you cook them with a little added fat and remove the skin before eating, it will make a nutritious type of poultry.

4 - 6 oz. avg. per bird.

Quail Eggs

Harvested from our Japanese Cortunix Quails.  Each egg is approximately 1.5" x 3/4".  They are speckled and can be boiled for hor0d'ourvres or fried into an omelet.  It takes approximately 11 eggs to make an omelet.  

18 eggs per tray.  22 trays per case.