Our laying hens are free to range for bugs and grass out in the open air and sunshine. They have access to a feed mix, which supplements their pasture diet. During the summer, we move their "camper" behind the cows out on pasture, which allows them to pick apart cow pies and quelch the fly population. Once the sun crests the horizon, the hens are outside pecking away and are free to come and go during the day. When nightfall comes, they move into the camper so we can lock the door for protection from predators. During the winter, we bring the chickens into the barn, as there isn't any fresh growing grass.
Because of this healthy diet and freedom, the hens produce wonderfully orange yolked eggs that are hard to beat in nutrition and taste. These are eggs you will be happy to serve to your family for breakfast every morning!