Farm Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts for $1.69/lb

September 29, 2012 50 Comments | Disclosure


Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts for $1.69/lb is Here!


Zaycon Foods has boneless skinless chicken breasts for $1.69/lb and they are taking it nationwide!   If you haven’t registered yet, now is the time to do it!  Ordering is currently taking place in:

Texas, Idaho, Utah, North Dakota, Montana, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, Indiana, Arizona, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee (I may have missed a few, so register and log in to see if they are taking orders for your area!).

So no matter where you live (within the continental United States), you should register!  They are bringing chicken to EVERY state!

Just a  Few Reasons WHY We ♥ Zaycon Foods and Their Chicken

  • This chicken is farm FRESH!  Once you’ve tasted farm FRESH chicken, you’ll never go back!
  • Having a freezer full of chicken makes planning dinner a breeze! (See our video below about how to freeze chicken)
  • You place your order online and pick it up at a later date… it’s easy and convenient!
  • You can earn referral credits just like we do!  Once you’ve registered, get your referal link and then tell your friends!  You’ll get $1 credit every time they place an order!

Ordering has started!!!  If you’re registered, you’ll get an email when ordering opens up in your area.  So go sign up!   

Just how does Zaycon Foods work?

  • Zaycon Foods cuts out the middle man (the grocery store) and you get the savings!
  • If you register with Zaycon Foods, you’ll receive an email when they are doing an event in your area.   Past events have included boneless skinless chicken breasts (the freshest you’ll ever taste!), 93/7 ground beef, hickory smoked bacon, sockeye salmon, breaded chicken strips, fresh strawberries, fresh cherries, fresh peaches, cod filets, and even white shrimp!
  • Zaycon Foods has opened up to the entire continental US!   Even if they aren’t in your area yet, go ahead and sign up… the more sign ups they get in an area, the more likely they are to come to it!
  • We’ve been buying from and advertising for Zaycon Foods for the past 2+ years.  We have always been impressed with their products and their delivery process!

Register Now and Get Your Freezer Ready for Farm Fresh Chicken!

ps – Here’s what we do with our chicken:


  1. Ya! Much better deal than last time they were in the Valley!

  2. So, I can’t find where the chicken is available in Idaho yet. Has it come out yet or is it about to come out?

  3. They are offering Ground beef in my area right now. How is the Ground Beef?

  4. Ashley Davis says:

    I was wondering if any of you have boughten the french fries. I did and I don’t have a fryer and didn’t think about that for some reason. Has anyone tried baking them?

  5. Allison Brenn says:

    Awesome! Thanks for this news. We ordered some last year and I just finished my stash. Great price for a great product!

  6. I finally got around to checking the Zaycon website for the chicken. Am I to late? Did they already do it? Or sould I keep checking. I only see the chicken tenders. This will be my first time ordering

  7. help! i cant get any of the links to register to open, it keeps sayins IE cannot open.

  8. this link is not working-
    and does it just make it free from referral’s?

  9. The closest one is 141 miles away. Would it be worth going? Would my food spoil before getting home?

    • it’s good chicken but i certainly wouldn’t drive 2 hours each way for it. The cost of gas would eliminate any savings unless you bought like 400 lbs.

  10. For some reason I can’t open the site to register…

  11. gloria pfiester says:

    Dang it! No options for California. :(

  12. I just placed my first order for the chicken. How often do they have “events” and let you order different items? Is this chicken only once a year?

  13. Angela Lower says:

    Nothing is opening. Their website must be down. Try to load it and it closes on me. I will try again later. I am hoping they are in the phoenix area — I NEED A FREEZER!

  14. This is nice, but I will stay with my local butcher. Even though their prices are a bit higher I KNOW where the meat comes from and what they are fed and are not injected with hormones.

    • Rosa, here is what they say on their site: “100 % natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients. Comes directly from the processor and has never been frozen.” I’ve been eating Zaycon chicken for two years now and will never go back to the “not-so-fresh” variety!

  15. I love that your little guy is out cold at the table through the whole thing lol. It’s rough to be a kid :)

  16. Kara Everton says:

    Hi!! I was looking for an easy crockpot recipe to make the chicken and save it for later! I thought I saw one the other day, but now I cannot find it anywhere! Im not a pro at the crockpot yet, so I don’t know what ingredients to put in it to make it tasty but functional for any meal! Can you help?
    Thanks so much!

    • KARA,

      Here is my favorite and EASY crockpot chicken recipe: (I made it up myself)
      4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts (can use frozen or unfrozen)
      2 tablespoons butter
      2 (10.75 ounce) cans condensed cream of chicken soup
      1/2-1 onion, finely diced (I prefer just 1/2)
      3 celery stalks, diced
      1 bag of frozen peas n carrots
      Chicken broth (about 1.5 soups cans worth)…can use water instead if worried about the sodium
      1 (10 ounce) packages refrigerated biscuit dough, each cut into fourths. Can use more if they fit.
      Salt, pepper, and spices to taste


      Place the chicken, butter, soup, celery, and onion in a slow cooker, and fill with enough broth to cover. Add salt, pepper, and spices as you like.
      Cover, and cook for 5 to 6 hours on High. About 1 hr before serving, shred the chicken into big chunks an add a bag of partially thawed peas and carrots. Place the cut biscuit dough in the slow cooker to cover the top. Cook until the dough is no longer raw in the center (about 1 hr).

    • Thanks Nin! I also just like tho throw about 12 breast in the crockpot and put some butter and salt and pepper in there… that keeps it pretty basic tasting and then you can use it for soups, casseroles etc….

  17. How often do they do these events? I want to make sure to buy enough until the next round.

  18. How often do they do this? I’m wondering if i should order 40lbs or 80lbs? What do you order? Is 80 way to much work/space to freeze? Is the chicken organic? B/c i understand it comes straight from the farm, but the info about is the same thing that Purdue & Tyson put on the package of their chicken. so is it just better b/c it’s never been frozen?

  19. How long can I keep the chicken in the frige after bagging it? I ordered a 40lb box so I would like to plan if I need to share it with family…since I’m not sure my family can eat that much chicken before it expires. Thanks! What a great deal…thanks for sharing!


  20. I’ve been ordering from Zaycon for several months and absolutely love their great quality foods.

  21. Dionna M Gregory says:

    So wish I would have seen this earlier! I was excited to see that they have events within an hour of my small town, and even more excited after I registered and realized that they actually had an event 20 minutes away, with a pick up of 10-4. But sadly, I missed the order date (9-26). Oh well, maybe next time, or maybe a different event. Thanks for the heads up, and I will definitely keep this in mind for the future.

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