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Pastured Brown Eggs: Our layer chickens spend spring, summer, and fall on pasture, eating grasses, bugs, and the same all-natural grains as our broiler chickens. As of June 20th, 2013 our layer flock feed ration is soy-free.

for the 2018 season we will not be providing eggs to the wholesale market and will have limited availabilty at the farm. Give us a call or email to check availability.

During the summer months our layer flock has a somewhat symbiotic relationship with our beef cattle. Sharing the same pasture they all benefit from each other. The chickens will break apart the manure to get their fill of bugs and larvae, at the same time "spreading" the manure to benefit the pasture. The cattle benefit from reduced pest infestations, flies and other insects that lay their eggs in the manure. This helps us to raise our beef without the use of chemical pesticides.

During the winter months our layer flock is housed in a large protected coop with plenty of room for the chicken to be a chicken...

"I went camping this weekend up in North Carolina with my friends and we ate the rest of those eggs you hooked me up with as well as some of that delicious King Salmon. My friends said those were the best eggs they had ever tasted!"

Jesse, Greer, SC

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