Cage Free Organic Eggs
Cage-free, a term regulated by the USDA, means that the eggs come from hens that, put simply, aren’t caged: They can “freely roam a building, room, or enclosed area with unlimited access to food and fresh water during their production cycle, but [do] not have access to the outdoors.
Fresh Farm Eggs
The farm fresh brown/white large eggs are high in protein and they smell and taste great.
● These eggs are an ideal addition to your breakfast and can be had any time of the day.
● These eggs offer your daily dose of protein and can be enjoyed howsoever you want.
A variety of egg that comes from the large bird known as the ostrich. An ostrich ranges in weight from 250 to 400 pounds at maturity and is generally raised to produce meat, feathers, and skin for specialty items and markets throughout the world. One ostrich egg equals 20 to 24 large chicken eggs. The eggs make large batches of scrambled eggs or omelets. Soft-boiling one egg requires approximately one hour while hard-boiling the egg takes one and a half hours.