Our eggs come from hens who live the life a chicken is supposed to live. Our hens live in coops where they are secured at night and then allowed to roam with their protector roosters during the day. They are free to eat bugs, scratch in the dirt and give themselves a dust bath. The farms who raise our eggs for us are Amish families who still farm on small diversified farms. Most farms have a few dairy cows, beef, horses, pigs and a variety of poultry.
Eggs are collected daily and delivered to us several times per week so they are fresher than anything that comes from a grocery channel.
The Hostetler Family has been raising eggs for Nature’s Pantry for over 10 years. Their chickens are truly free range and spend their time pecking about the pastures and occasionally trying to hitch a ride into town when we go three times a week to pick up their eggs. Supplementing their foraging with grains grown on farm, these chickens are sustainable, hardy and healthy. Our eggs are fresh from them to you and all eggs are sold within 10 days or less of being laid! Try finding that in the conventional (or even organic) egg producing system. You can only get that from small local producers! Our eggs are rich, firm and delicious!