You'll find photographs in this gallery of the diverse utilizations of our Cruelty Free Feathers and also photographs taken around our humble farm. Some of the products and crafts pieces you'll see were made by the creator of this website, others are from our talented clients. Links are added when available and applicable.

Enjoy...and thank you for caring about the birds!




One of our most unusual Cruelty Free Feathers requests was for a Quebec student who invented a way to use feathers to economically fill potholes in an environmentally friendly way. His father purchased all of our rejected feathers that would have otherwise ended in the compost pile for his son to use in this celebrated science project. Teen's Science Project Could Solve Quebec Pothole Problem


Here is an unexpected presentation of Cruelty Free Feathers. Chicken feathers are encased in an ecoresin bracelet. The look is delicate and unusual. The Color by Amber company's mission is to "Empower women across the world" by supporting the livelihood of women artisan entrepreneurs by paying fair trade prices for their materials, ensuring a stable future for themselves and their families. ColorbyAmber.com


These Cruelty Free Feathers adorn a lovely brooch and are accented with a recycled rhinestone button and fur collected from "road kill". This Massachusetts artist collects animal carcasses from car accidents and makes fashion fur accessories from them. peacefur.com


Hundreds of perfect Pearl Guinea contour feathers adorn this heart shaped wreath. Each feather was carefully selected for its form, clarity of polka dots, and size. The feathers were applied to the foam wreath form in sets of five star shaped groups giving the texture a consistent and organic look. Wreath made by Rene Creasy.


Angelique is one of our most beautiful chickens. She hatched in the early spring of 2016 with seven other chicks under a sneaky broody hen who was hiding her nest deep under the big chicken coop. The babies were a complete surprise and have been a wonderful and welcome addition to our flocks!


Buttercup is an Easter Egger rooster who hatched on our farm in the spring of 2013. He is a gentle rooster who keeps a watchful eye out for his ladies. In the distance, to the left, you might be able to make out the shape of one of two feral rabbits who moved into the chicken yards.


Phat Feathers jewelry and accessories are gorgeous examples of using Cruelty Free Feathers, beautiful natural products and creativity. See more of Phat Feathers products here: www.phatfeathers.com


Phat Feathers jewelry and accessories are gorgeous examples of using Cruelty Free Feathers, beautiful natural products and creativity. See more of Phat Feathers products here: www.phatfeathers.com


Lindsay Pichaske is a contemporary American sculptor who likes to use unexpected textures on her fantastical animal sculptures. Sometimes she uses our Cruelty Free Feathers. You can see more of Lindsay's art here: www.lindsaypichaske.com


Lindsay Pichaske is a contemporary American sculptor who likes to use unexpected textures on her fantastical animal sculptures. Sometimes she uses our Cruelty Free Feathers. You can see more of Lindsay's art here: www.lindsaypichaske.com


Lindsay Pichaske is a contemporary American sculptor who likes to use unexpected textures on her fantastical animal sculptures. Sometimes she uses our Cruelty Free Feathers. You can see more of Lindsay's art here: www.lindsaypichaske.com


Cruelty Free Feathers were used to decorate this elaborate and GORGEOUS head piece by Veronica Sparkles. See more of her spectacular costumes and accessories here: http://www.lacedwsparkles.com/


Cruelty Free pearl guinea contour feathers add drama and a touch of whimsy to this groom's boutineer.


A Cruelty Free Feathers guinea tail feather and a bit of hemp cord were handsomely used to decorate a wedding invitation.


A Cruelty Free Feathers feather duster made with Dominque chicken feathers. Dominque chickens are considered by many as America's oldest breed of chicken. The wooden dowel was repurposed from a dilapidated antique chicken crate. No two are ever alike. These dusters are available on this website and are hand made by Rene Creasy.


A Cruelty Free Feathers feather duster made with Buckeye chicken feathers. Buckeye chickens are a deep mahogany brown. The wooden dowel was repurposed from a dilapidated antique chicken crate. No two are ever alike. These dusters are available on this website and are hand made by Rene Creasy.


A close up view of Gaia's beautiful neck feathers.


Gaia is one of the friendliest of our chickens. She is an Easter Egger hen. Easter Eggers are any chickens that are part of a blue or green egg laying breed. We have several generations of Easter Egger chickens who are the offspring of our three Ameraucana hens.


A "bouquet" of Cruelty Free Feathers fantasy guinea feather flowers made by Rene Creasy.


A Cruelty Free Feathers guinea feather fantasy flower made by Rene Creasy.


A pair of Cruelty Free Feathers peacock feather earrings made by Rene Creasy.


A Cruelty Free Feather "topiary" made from a styrofoam ball, a wooden dowel, satin ribbon, white gravel and a ceramic dish made by Rene Creasy.