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Eggs are going to be in short supply for a few weeks until our pullets begin to lay. Due to our Barn Fire this spring which housed our newest group of pullets our production is now suffering. We did get replacement chicks, but they will not be laying until mid-September or later. I will update the website on Monday once I know how many eggs are available for sale. I will not know that until we wash and candle our eggs. Thanks for your understanding.
Our chickens are in barns as have a huge outside area to wonder, take dirt baths and scratch for worms. they have a roomy barn so they can escape from the extreme heat or cold. They are fed the same diet as our other birds of non-GMO grains, vitamin minerals ground and mixed on our farm. They also get the bugs and worms they can from scratching about in the dirt. There will be times when we do not have eggs or low volumes because our birds are very aware of the season and the decrease the number of eggs they lay in the winter.