Our egg layers are truly free-ranged.  This means they have full access to our yard, pasture, and woods without any fences or barriers.  They roost at night and lay their eggs in our chicken coop.  The chickens love to forage on grasses, clover, and bugs as they enjoy the sunshine and fresh air.  Our livestock guard dog protects the chickens from predators.


The layers spend most of their day foraging, but we do supplement their diet with a GMO-Free grain that comes from a local grain mill.


We have a variety of laying hens: Rhode Island Reds, Black Australorpes, Barred Rocks, Speckled Sussex, White Rocks, Silver Laced Wyandottes, and Easter Eggers (which lay the green and blue eggs).


We do not wash our eggs, which means they will last on your counter for three months or longer.  This means you can stock up without worrying about fridge space.


LEARN MORE about the benefits of farm fresh eggs  and why we don't pre-wash the eggs by reading the article in our  December 2014 Newsletter.