Our egg-laying ladies are our pasture sanitizers and fertilizers. A diverse convention of Rhode Island Reds, Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, Black Australorps, Silver Laced Wyandottes, and White Leghorns, these high-spirited gals follow right on the heels of our herbivores, scratching through and spreading the cow and sheep manure. They gobble up the ready-to-hatch fly larvae, keeping fly populations and parasite levels low. Their manure is high in nitrogen, which stimulates grass regrowth.
These ladies are completely free range, gathering what they can forage from our pastures and being supplemented with non-GMO feed. And their eggs will blow you away when compared to the supermarket variety. They have bright orange yolks and rich, delicious flavor. The health benefits of pastured eggs are equally amazing.