Taste the fresh, organic difference in our Eggs!
Our hens have free range of the pasture each day. They are fed certified organic feed to supplement their diet. Pastured eggs can be unique according to the hen's grazing habits. Enjoy variations of size and color orchestrated by your hen's daily dance with nature. Thank you for supporting local farms, the future of agriculture!
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Our Free Range Organic Eggs are currently available at Holiday Market (Placer Street and Palo Cedro) Orchard Nutrition Center, Sunset Market Place or Kent's Meat & Groceries (Redding) Tops Super Foods (Weaverville), Bi-Rite Market, Rainbow Grocery, & Canyon Market (San Francisco)
News About Free Range Eggs
More vitamin A, more omega-3 fatty acids, and now it turns out that free-range eggs also have more vitamin D than factory-farmed eggs — three to six times as much!
By Tabitha Alterman
The results are coming in from Mother Earth News’ latest round of pastured egg nutrient tests. Once again, pastured egg producers are kicking the commercial industry’s butt — yippee, go free range! Our previous tests found that eggs from hens raised on pasture — as compared to the official USDA data for factory-farm eggs — contain:
Now we’re looking at vitamin D, of which many people don’t get enough. New research is showing that this common vitamin deficiency may be related to much more than just weak bones — from diabetes and cancer to heart disease and multiple sclerosis.
Our bodies can get vitamin D in two ways: when sunlight strikes our skin, or from our diet. Eggs are one of a small list of foods that are naturally rich in vitamin D. The USDA says supermarket eggs contain an average of 34 International Units per 100 grams. Our tests of eggs from four pastured farms in
Are those eggs really farm fresh?
seems that all the eggs on the market are guaranteed to be “farm fresh,” whether
you’ve paid a dollar a dozen at a discount grocers or five times that much at a
farmer’s market. How can you tell if an egg is truly fresh?
The quickest test is to crack an egg into a pan of slowly simmering water. The egg is fresh if the white is thick and clings to the yolk. The egg is old if the white is thin and spreads out into the water. A poached fresh egg presents a very tidy package.
Boiling an egg gives you more clues. Fresh eggs lay flat on the bottom of the pan. Older eggs tend to tilt upward. That’s because air has had time to infiltrate the shell and form an internal bubble. The bubble levitates one end of the egg. The older the egg, the steeper the incline.
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I truly think your eggs are the best of all the natural eggs out there.