Chicken necks full of glucosamine and chondroitin which aids in keeping the joints healthy.
They are high in protein, calcium, and fat. This lean meat also has high levels of phosphorous, which is vital for bone health, as well as moderate levels of zinc, copper, magnesium, and iron. The bone content of chicken necks provides an excellent dose of calcium, which is good for the health of bones and teeth. Most often the necks are boiled for soups or gravies or add meat to stuffing. There isn't very much meat on a neck. Although, some do cook them and eat them which is good as well.
From organically pasture raised, corn & soy-free chickens.