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Eggs at peculiar farms are most certainly peculiar, not that boring pasty white of the average grocery stores eggs, but rather pastel hues of green and blues that make our eggs more than beautiful, but healthy. You see it’s the wonderfully colored eggs that signify it’s an araucanna egg, and that means higher levels of vitamin E and much lower levels of cholesterol than eggs from other varieties of chickens. Our chicken are more than healthy, however, they are also happy. Free range means chicken roam about through fields of grass, clovers, herbs, and other healthy greens, all the while feasting on the very thing that makes their eggs so rich and their yolks so unbelievable yellow.

Try a dozen today and we guarantee the taste will wow you, the curb appeal will dazzle you, and the peculiar twist will keep you the talk of all your friends.

BROWN EGGS:

Give me liberty or give me death, stirring words, but for a chicken? No doubt, our new free range brown laying hens relish their freedom. They relish the freedom to range over nearly a hundred acres of fertile fields. They rejoice in the freedom of nibbling on grasses, insects and rich clovers, filling those brown eggs with rich orange yolks. They love the freedom of dusting in the shade of an old corral or adding to a growing pile of brown eggs freshly laid in the haystacks. In our case we know their freedom isn't free, it requires us relentlessly giving them the best, and we are happy to do so!! Free range brown, now that's worth trumpeting!!

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