There are significant differences between organic and conventional poultry farming where hens are intensively bred.
Our 2,900 hens are distributed into two hen houses, one 180 m2 and the other 360 m2 located in our Egg Farm. They have a grazing area of 4,500 m2 and 7,500 m2 respectively. That means our hens have a lot of free land to live on. Our hen houses have a handling room where eggs are collected, checked, sorted, and prepared for sale to the public.
There are significant differences between organic and conventional poultry farming where hens are intensively bred. Our hens are fed organic cereal feed. By not using hormones or antibiotics during the breeding period, the eggs are naturally flavoured and of incomparable quality.
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