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In France, there is a big distinction made between "poulet fermier" and "normal chicken" or "industrial chicken or battery chicken".

"Poulet fermier" can mean two things: either the bird is a "open air chicken", which means he has spent his life in a large open air area and has been fed grain and milk, and/or he is a "free range chicken", the highest quality chicken, and was able to freely run and being fed grain and milk. Yellow chickens are corn fed, while whiter chickens are wheat fed.

Thomas and fils, located in Vendee (France), produce all the year long a qualitative poultry offer based on traditional principles: a rigorous selection of animals, experience and know-how in poultry breeding and traditional feeding recipes.