So I seem to remember from a chemistry class that scientifically organic means carbon-based. These days who knows, except I realize the basic idea is free from drugs, chemicals, etc. I've heard to label something organic you have to be certified by the state-another way to pay a tax I'm sure. Anyways, I've been raising a few meat birds (so far delicious as long as I give them a couple days in the fridge before cooking to "age") and I'm looking forward to my first batch of eggs from a small RIR flock. I'm not starting a business or anything but like gardening I have a little excess and chickens are enough work I don't just want to butcher one of my babies and give it away. Some of my neighbors, or potential customers, keep asking if my stuff is "organic". I don't know. They free range all day but they've been eating chick starter for breakfast and dinner (Paymaster or Ful-O-Pep). Anybody know if this is organic, or what exactly it would take to have an organic chicken/eggs?