Nutritional Values of

Pastured Poultry and Eggs

University research conducted by the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association has found pastured poultry to be more nutritious compared to non-pastured chicken and eggs, The good: This food is a good source of Omega 3, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Vitamin B12 and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Selenium.

Reasons to love


sat fat
Saturated Fat
vitamin d
vitamin d
less cholesterol
vitamin a
vitamin A
omega 3
vitamin e
vitamin E
7time more
beta carotene
Vitamin A : 80 mcg 8%
Vitamin D : 1 mcg 4%
Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol) : 1.2 mg 6%
Riboflavin : 0.2 mg 14%
Vitamin B6 : 0.11 mg 4%
Folate : 24.0 mcg 6%
Vitamin B12 : 0.7 mcg 11%
Pantothenic Acid : 0.7 mg 7%
Calcium : 30.0 mg 3%
Iron : 0.9 mg 5%
Magnesium : 8.0 mg 2%
Phosphorus : 100 mg 10%
Potassium : 70.0 mg 2%
Sodium : 70.0 mg 3%
Zinc : 0.7 mg 4%
Copper : 0.1 mg 3%
Selenium : 16.1 mcg 23%
Protein & Amino Acids
Protein : 6.0 gm 12%
Total Carbohydrate : 0.0 g 0%

Better Fat Quality

Less saturated fat, more heart-healthy polyunsaturated fats

Replacing saturated fats with polyunsaturated fats is associated with reduced blood levels of total and LDL cholesterol. Studies suggest that replacement reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, including heart attacks and related deaths.

Lower ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 polyunsaturated fats

Omega-6 fats are considered more inflammatory than omega-3 fats. Research suggests a lower ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fats may improve cognitive function and reduce the risk of many chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Higher levels of protein and collagen

Protein is needed to build, maintain, and repair tissues. Collagen is a type of protein that can reduce joint pain and improve athletic performances.

Pasture raised eggs

In our farm chickens roam freely in their natural environment in open sky where they are able to eat natural grass, forage and other plants (their natural food) along with our own formulated natural healthy organic feeds that crops in our farms with no chemicals which their bodies adapt to digest naturally.

A study involving 14 flocks across the United States whose eggs were tested by an accredited Portland, Oregon, laboratory found that the benefits of pasture raised eggs include:

1/3 less cholesterol 1/4 less saturated fat 2/3 more vitamin A 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids 3 times more vitamin E 7 times more beta carotene

They also found that eggs from hens raised outdoors on pasture raised procedure have three to six times more vitamin D than eggs from hens raised in confinement. Pastured hens are exposed to direct sunlight which their bodies convert to vitamin D and then pass on to their eggs. Eating just two of these eggs will give you from 63-126% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin D, a good source of nutrients for pregnant & nursing mothers.


Our Happy Birds

Bresse Gauloise
French Marans
Jersey Giant
Amrock Chicken


With a rather poetic name that translates to “a shadow on a sheet,” the Lakenvelder’s stark coloration of white and black is truly a beautiful sight on a spread of green grass. The fashion of these egg-layers is fierce, but so is their personality. This ancient breed does things on its own terms. The Lakenvelder is thought to be related to the very first chickens ever domesticated, so the breed still seems to have a foot in the world of its undomesticated ancestors. Wary of predators, alert, and able to forage for all of its needs, this breed does well with access to wide open spaces.

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