Unlike industrial farms, we leave the barn doors open during the day so our hens can stretch their legs and lead a healthy life.
The hens laying these eggs enjoy a healthy organic Non-GMO diet in addition to plenty of space to roam.
Our pasture raised hens enjoy 108 square feet per bird, providing acres of opportunity to feed on grass and forage for bugs.
At Farmers Hen House, sunny-side has an entirely different connotation. That’s because our processing plant, along with a number of our small family farms, are powered by solar energy.
These hens enjoy a healthy diet void of any antibiotics, chemical pesticides or GMOs. Research shows that USDA Organic eggs contain higher levels of antioxidants and other nutrients, like omega-3 and CLA essential fatty acids. They also keep the soil free of toxic herbicides and pesticides, which is better for you and the environment.
In addition to using Organic methods, Pasture-Raised eggs are laid by hens who have open access to the outdoors where they can roam and forage to their hearts-content.
As the name suggests, these hens are given opportunities throughout the day to roam freely outside, while also having the option to stay inside if they wish.
The Scramble podcast explores a range of topics from good practices in organic farming and stories from the hen house, to issues such as sustainability and the environment. Stream it online or through the Soundcloud app.