Free Range

We don't use the term "Free Range" on our labels because the USDA has come up with a definition of free range that is so lame! If we raised our chickens in cages, we'd just have to open those cages to the outside once during the chicken's life in order to meet the USDA requirements for using this term on our labeling. 

Instead of putting a useless label on our eggs, let's just be honest about what we do: Our chickens don't live in confinement. They have a roomy coop where they roost at night & lay eggs, and  free access to a 23 acres during the day. In the past, we've had serious problems with predators, so we do have a solid door on the coop that we can close at night. That's the only time the chickens aren't free to wander wherever they please and forage for wild food.