Make breakfast more nutritious and lots more fun with colorful farm-fresh eggs from our free-ranging backyard flock. No GMOs in our grain, and our hens are only given medications if absolutely necessary. One dozen eggs from free range chickens fed soy-free and corn-free feed. Multiple colors and sizes per dozen.
Our hens eat a diet of as much foraged greenery and bugs as they are able to find our our Center Point farm. We supplement with vegetable and meat scraps from our kitchen and garden, plus provide grass hay and a multigrain and seed feed in their coop. To make this feed more easily digested and to allow our chickens to extract as much nutrition from it as possible, the seeds and grains are fermented for 3-4 days before being mixed with sprouted peas, dried kelp, and mealworms. While it’s a bit of extra work, and a bit of extra expense, we think the results speak for themselves.
Our eggs’ yolks are firm and tall, with a bright yellow color that doesn’t come from supplementing our feed with highly-pigmented seeds. The whites are thick and gooey, not thin and watery like those from store-bought eggs can be. And when cooked, our eggs have a rich, savory flavor that just can’t compare to conventionally-raised eggs.