What is a pullet egg?
A pullet is a hen that is under one year old and has only been laying eggs for only a few months. Pullet eggs are the first eggs laid by them. These young hens are just getting into their egg-laying groove, meaning these eggs are smaller but don't let their size fool you - ounce for ounce the nutritional content of the yolks and the whites of pullet eggs is identical to that of regular eggs. The pullet egg yolks are generally the same size as ones found in regular eggs but there is typically less white, which in the end makes them richer.
We are home to over 80 very spoiled chickens who free-range our farm eating high quality natural food. They are also fed GMO-free feed and occasional fruit and veggie treats. This is why our eggs have a richer yolk and thicker shell. They taste better and hold more nutritional value than store bought eggs. Our eggs aren't just a treat for the palette - they also come in a variety of beautiful colors! Each carton contains a medley of pastel colored eggs ranging from tan to brown and blue to green. We would be happy to give you a tour of where they roam, what they eat and of course their custom-built Chicken Coop Mansion!
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