Pasture-Raised Organic Eggs

Pasture-Raised eggs come from hens that spend a substantial amount of their day outdoors. Each of our hens has the freedom to roam the pastures as they please, eating their fill of grass and foraging for bugs. Our production of Pasture-Raised Organic eggs is indicative of our commitment to sustainable small-scale farms, which enables us to continue this tradition of ethical farming.
Outdoor Standards Include:
  • Minimum of 108 square feet of range area per hen.
  • Outside vegetation and dust bathing areas.
  • Bushes/trees or structures for shade and shelter from predators.
  • Access to outdoors for at least six hours/day, weather permitting.
Indoor Standards Include:
  • Open, cage-free barns with an abundance of perches, private nests, and areas for dust bathing.
  • Minimum 1.2 square feet of floor space per hen.
  • Organic Non-GMO feed.
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On-Farm Grain Cycle

Many of our farmers grow all or some of the grain required by their hens. This creates a sustainable on-farm cycle of growing grain, feeding it to the hens, then taking their waste and returning it to the fields to fertilize the next crop.

Why Organic?

When it comes to organic farming, our Amish and Mennonite farmers have mastered this ethical practice and proved it by a heritage of stewardship. For generations, these farmers have cultivated a legacy of rich organic soil. In addition, our farmers abide by USDA Certified Organic Egg requirements. This means that each of our organic hens enjoy a strictly organic non-GMO diet – free of animal by-products, synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or other chemical additives. We’re continuing a legacy, not just the next trend.