The ultimate test of the nutrition of an egg is whether it can hatch into a healthy chick. For decades, breeder hens (whose eggs are are put into incubators for hatching) were kept on grassy range, since eggs from confinement hens didn't hatch very well. It's hard to make a clearer case for the nutritional value of grass than that.
 
TYPICALLY OUR EGGS ARE:-
1/3 less cholesterol
1/4 less saturated fat
2/3 more vitamin A
4 to 6 times as much vitamin D
2 times as much Omega-3 fatty acid
7 times as much beta carotene
Than typical supermarket eggs!!
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
 
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EXTERNAL PROOF
PRICES
Chicken eggs per Half Doz
Mixed colours med-large
1.60
Small-medium
1.20-1.40
 
Duck eggs per Half Doz
1.70
 
Our regular customers receive a discount!
 
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