For us, kashrus
means aiming higher.

For thousands of years, Jews have lived and died by the rules of kashrus. These fundaments of kosher cuisine govern everything we do at Birdsboro Kosher Farms. We take no shortcuts and accept no excuses: Our commitment to the strictest interpretation of Jewish dietary laws means unwavering practices of wholesomeness, cleanliness, and the vegetarian feeding of chicken and turkey.

Unlike other plants, Birdsboro has a posek (authoritative rav) who’s present at the facility at all times to ensure we adhere to all of the highest standards. He oversees the entire process from animal conditions upon arrival to the application of final kosher seals. He also submits a daily report to CRC, which attests to the quality of our certification and to our openness to outside monitoring.

Ritual Slaughter

Kosher species such as chicken, turkey and duck are hand-slaughtered by a shochet (ritual slaughterer). The knife is inspected by a Rabbi to verify it is razor sharp with no nicks or dents. This ensures animals are slaughtered swiftly without suffering.

Animal Health

All chickens are soaked, salted by hand, and rinsed twice. No trace of blood is left after final processing. The modern Birdsboro plant is run to exacting cleanliness and efficiency standards, and is also certified organic.

Cleanliness &
Wholesomeness

All chickens are soaked, salted by hand, and rinsed twice. No trace of blood is left after final processing. The modern Birdsboro plant is run to exacting cleanliness and efficiency standards, and is also certified organic.

Tamper-Free
Integrity

Every box is double-sealed, and proudly bears the CRC hechsher (supervision stamp) to certify contents are tamper-free. This is the highest standard in kashrus, accepted by the broadest kosher consumer audience.