Many people in Taiwan still remember a famous entertainer named "Tuosian", who wore glasses without lenses, large black leather shoes, a short necktie, and a lucky black hat. Ten years ago, he gave up show business, and though hard work and perseverance, was able to start a poultry farm in the Taitung Luye district, devoting his energies as he switched from being an entertainer to a farmer. Nowadays, his "Tuosian Fighting Chickens" (a smoldered chicken dish), is famous throughout the whole island. This place has become one of Luye Township’s most famous tourist spots.
To the people, dining is all-important. When Taiwan'’s travel agencies take groups touring, one of the important factors influencing tourist satisfaction is whether or not they have been able to eat well on the tour. Thus, one of reasons why Tuosian Leisure Farm is so well received by the tourist groups is possibly due to the fresh and tasty wild mountain chicken and the chicken cuisine that represents a variety of unique flavors. The farm breeds over 200,000 free-range mountain chickens, which are fed on corn, forage grass and organic fodder. Consequently, the meat quality is firm and tasty. No matter whether it is made into bamboo-tube chicken, boiled tender chicken with soy sauce, three-cup chicken or chicken soup, the flavors, without exception, are enticing and irresistible. In addition, the friendly, smiling Mr. Tuosian frequently mingles with the guests, greeting and conversing with them as they eat. As a result, this place is very popular with the public. The car park in front of the farm is frequently full of tourist coaches, bringing endless streams of people.
In addition, Tuosian Leisure Farm produces many chicken food stuffs, such as chicken bouillon, dried minced chicken, ten-herb chicken soup, brewed healthy chicken soup, and the one and only pealed-chili in chicken sauce. After dining, the visitors frequently buy a few of these products for gifts, allowing these products to gradually become better known.
Address：Guangfu Township and the junction of Hualien County , Taiwan (R.O.C.)