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Re: [meatshare] Free-range / pastured chicken eggs in/around BK?

From: nicole
Sent on: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 6:01 PM
Most places claim free-range or free-roaming which doesn't mean the
feed isn't supplimented, especially in winter.  There is a brand that
my grocery occasionally carries called Natures Yolk Pastured eggs,
which to my knowledge is from unsupplemented hens..  I've been meaning
to speak to the manager there requesting more regular stock of this.
Buy Natures Yolk also carries "free range" and "organic" and I'm not
sure that the grocer or consumer understands the difference.

There's also which during the summer carries pastured
eggs, but they supplement in the winter.  They deliver to brooklyn and
manhattan.  Hope this helps.


On 9/7/11, Laura Osanitch <[address removed]> wrote:
> So all these people who claim pasteured hens are lying, or is it just about
> the chicks?
> There are red worm farms out there. What are the complications?
> Laura O
>> ____________________­____________
>> From: Christian Wernstedt <[address removed]>
>> To: [address removed]
>> Sent: Wednesday, September 7,[masked]:48 PM
>> Subject: Re: [meatshare] Free-range / pastured chicken eggs in/around BK?
>> Would add to this that anyone who eats a bag of nuts per day (like
>> myself), shouldn't worry much about the omega-6 content in the eggs from
>> chickens having had corn/soy in their diet.
>> Properly raised chicks would be the best of course, but I've given up on
>> finding them.
>> On Sep 7, 2011, at 3:01 PM, Rob Mathews wrote:
>> > It's going to be a rare farmer that you find that doesn't feed their
>> > chicks a corn/soy based dry feed, most of which are not even organic
>> > because of the cost. The number of chicks that can survive on a piece of
>> > land without supplimental feed is low, and production of eggs is much
>> > lower.
>> > If you want the chicks to just eat natural things you might have to get
>> > you own and a piece of clean land somewhere.
>> > I agree that this is best, and I wish someone would start a worm farm to
>> > feed chicks for this purpose.
>> >
>> >
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