The Main Street Project in Northfield, Minnesota has developed an integrated poultry-cropping system where free range meat chickens live among perennial plantings of woody crops. This system is intended to provide a bridge to entrepreneurship for Latino agriculture workers, but could also interest other small to medium-scale producers. Air quality analysis is needed to determine the concentrations of toxic gases, respirable dust, and endotoxin present in the poultry house and paddock. Further, health and safety audits of the poultry-cropping system will aid in improvements to facility design and work practices. Results will provide an indication of the required safety measures needed to operate the system safely.