Thank you, Telstra Business Awards for acknowledging sustainable, rotational farming, caring for the Land and investing in the future.
Hide-and-seek eggs: chickens like to hide their eggs from predators and often play a game with us: they hide and we seek.
Why is the egg farm showing off lambs?
Because this Spring we want to thank our chickens for our fantastically healthy mob of lambs. Chickens roam our paddocks freely and therefore fertilize all over. Chicken fertilizer is the top A-grade quality for pastures: it is high in essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium.
Nitrogen is what makes the grass green, and the greener the grass, the more photosynthesis can occur; the more photosynthesis, the sweeter the grass. The sweeter the grass, the more lambs like it and they grow faster.
Pastured eggs are good for customers, chickens, grass, lambs, Nature and the Earth.
Planning the next mischief
Brothers planning some new mischief...
The two Maremma sheepdogs, Oddball and Lucky, captured beautifully by Jeremy (https://eventsbymcgrath.com/wedding-photography. Oddball and Lucky are our oldest protector dogs, they were there when the very first eggs were laid. Although they are mature in their behaviour to the chickens, and do their job perfectly well, they enjoy planning some mischief once in a while.
How our eggs come to you
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