Egg Production

More and more families, major stores, chefs and restaurants are insisting that their eggs should be free range. As a result more than 18 million hens enjoy the fresh air lifestyle across Britain and the numbers are growing. Every one of these hens has the same freedom to scratch, flap, dustbathe and roam in the open air as farmyard hens have had for decades.

But to meet your demands for freshness, hygiene and traceability, farmers have developed a modern system of free range which combines old fashioned farming virtues with all the very latest in agricultural science and technology and on a scale that ensures eggs remain affordable for every family.

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More and more families, major stores, chefs and restaurants are insisting that their eggs should be free range. As a result more than 18 million hens enjoy the fresh air lifestyle across Britain and the numbers are growing. 

Every one of these hens has the same freedom to scratch, flap, dustbathe and roam in the open air as farmyard hens have had for decades. But to meet your demands for freshness, hygiene and traceability, farmers have developed a modern system of free range which combines old fashioned farming virtues with all the very latest in agricultural science and technology and on a scale that ensures eggs remain affordable for every family.

Q&A

Q. How are eggs collected?

Eggs roll off from the nest boxes to a conveyor belt which leads directly to the packing station.
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