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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Thanks for that. That's more eggs that we would eat, so might start with 2 and see how we go. Or get 5 and sell the surplus to the IL's
    We had 5 chooks,now have 4 thanks to the dog next door..
    We end up with enough eggs that we actually go a few weeks without eating them as we get sick of them!
    I end up giving them away to friends!! They love it!

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    free range. Only started doing it when they changed the packaging which made me feel bad for caged chooks. they are only four dollars a dozen so not much more than caged ones and they last us two or three weeks. I have eaten caged eggs all my life until that point and don't see any difference in the taste between the two types.

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    Free range and organic is all I buy. I actually try and buy all my meats pork, beef etc free range and organic even if it costs more I feel I enjoy eating it more

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    I buy Clarendon farm organic eggs, not only cause I want happy chickens but I wouldn't feed
    My son caged eggs from badly treated chickens as their egg quality would reflect their health , the extra $10 or whatever dollars a week is worth it

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    Yep. We ONLY buy free range. We buy them off a friend with chooks or from the supermarket. If we buy them from the SM, they are only ever the one brand that are genuinely free range.

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    Please tell me that brand zk, I would love to know. I've found the reports strange as they say there is only one genuine FR brand but don't tell us what it is

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    Yes please share!

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    http://www.manningvalleyeggs.com.au/index.html

    I know that I could never get them at the supermarkets in QLD I wnet to, though so not sure how readily available they are in other states as they are NSW based.

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    Thanks!

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    Our chicken are laying about 5 eggs a day, I've got more eggs than I know what to do with lol!

    If I bought it would be free range, my mindset probably changed about it all once we actually got our own chickens though.


 

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