Let us show you real pasture raised eggs

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Looking for pasture raised eggs? Search the Get Real Chicken website to find a farmer who can meet your needs. Get Real Chicken is a project of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association. 


The video clears up the label confusion common in the grocery store aisle by setting a clear expectation of what pasture raised means. Pasture raised hens move to fresh pasture often. They live a majority of their lives on pasture and not in a barn that only gives access to pasture. Movement to fresh pasture ensures that the benefits of the pastured poultry farming model come together into an egg that is documented to be more nutrient dense in important vitamins and fats when compared to non-pasture raised eggs.

Pasture Raised Egg Nutrition Highlights

Compared to non-pastured chicken and eggs, pasture raised chicken and eggs have the following nutritional differences:

  • 286% more Omega 3 fatty acids
  • 13% less saturated fats
  • 73% more Vitamin A
  • 200% more Vitamin E

Thank you, Contributors

APPPA would like to thank these contributors for their generous support of "Let us show you real pasture raised eggs:"

Badger's Millside Farm, Pennsylvania

Chixweed Farm, LLC New Jersey

1690 Farm, Maryland

Woods Edge Farm, Indiana

Asgaard Farm, New York

FarmApp, Florida

LoneStar EcoGreen, Farms Texas

Grove Ladder, Farm Florida

Blackland Farm & Cattle, Texas

Longbottom Farm, Virginia

Foose Farm, Ohio

Terra Farma, Oregon

AJH Farm Enterprises, Missouri

Haring family farm, New Jersey

Joseph Heckman, New Jersey

Levee Run Farm, Mississippi

Sweetlove Farm, Kansas

Off the Shelf Farm, Massachusetts

Lindenhof Farm, Pennsylvania

Red House Ranch, New York

Nick's Organic Farm, Maryland

McIntyre Pastures. Idaho

1450 Farm, Kansas

Palmetto Pastures, South Carolina

Moyer's Chicks, Pennsylvania

Nelson Grass Farm, Minnesota

FreshOrr Family Farm,s Ohio

Deer Run Farm, Maryland

Windsong Farm, New Jersey

Slingerland Family Farm, New York

Springfield Farm, Maryland

Village Acres Farm, Pennsylvania

Snow Organic Ag, Vermont

Sugar Hill Farm, Pennsylvania

Prairie Farmstead, Texas

Pastured Steps Family Farm, Texas

Rane Beau Hill farm, Michigan

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