Happy Hens, Happy Eggs

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Anonymous

posted on

April 14, 2023

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  • Our hens have all-day access to outside pasture with native grasses and wildflowers, which enrich their diet and contribute to the quality of their eggs.
  • We use rotational grazing to ensure the health of our hens and the land. This method enhances the soil and allows the hens access to fresh, nutrient-rich pasture.
  • Our hens are free to engage in natural behaviors such as perching, pasturing, scratching, socializing, and dust bathing. When given the opportunity to engage in these behaviors; the hens are more content, live longer, are more productive, and produce better-tasting eggs.

We are passionate about providing the highest quality eggs while ensuring that our hens live happy and healthy lives. We believe that our commitment to transparency and sustainability sets us apart from other producers and creates a positive impact on both the environment and the welfare of our animals.

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