We are scheduling a chicken butchering day at the farm on September 16th. We will begin processing at 10 am if you want to drop off your chickens in the morning or if you want to drop off your chickens after work we will begin processing at 6 pm. This is also a great opportunity for those that want to learn how to grow or butcher chickens. Hope to see you on the 16th. Cost is $3.00 per bird. Must call to schedule number of birds you want processed. 405-426-7070.
Daily Archives: August 27, 2013
Farm Fresh Eggs vs Store Bought Eggs
They already look better before and after cracking them, right? But are they really better for you? A study done by MotherEarthNews.com confirmed in 2007 that eggs laid by your own hens at home are not only good looking, but good for you too.
When comparing a standard grocery store egg’s nutritional value (as measured by the USDA) to an average backyard egg, the study gives the latter an advantage:
Why the edge? Because backyard chickens have a better diet of organic feed and most importantly…bugs — for real. Chickens not only gorge on chicken feed but the natural environment you provide them will also supply a healthy amount and diversity of little plants, bugs, grasses and leaves that are at the core of a wild chicken diet. Something their industrial peers miss.
Reading this article was so exciting. I love knowing that raising our own hens for farm fresh eggs is not only fun but that we are helping to grow better food for folks. Sign up with us to get a regular supply of eggs.