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Is it possible to find eggs from chickens NOT fed corn or soy?

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  • #16
    Originally posted by galemack
    As juicing becomes more popular, many are unsure as to whether an expensive juicer can do more than a blender. While vegetable smoothies are a great addition to any healthy diet, vegetable juicing offers different advantages.
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    • #17
      My girls are largely free range, but with heavy snow fall, I need to supplement with some grain. That said, they get all of my kitchen scraps, thus don't eat much of the commercial chow.

      That said, I'm experimenting with this:
      Growing fodder for chickens

      Very, very cool and the birds love it.

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      • #18
        Revival...

        After 10 months of search I finally found a local farm that does not supplement their pastured chickens with any grain only fruit and vegetables. I'm going to pickup 12 dozen on Sunday at 8$ I hope they're good ha

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        • #19
          I live in Northern CA as well and have been searching high and low for corn free eggs, as I have a newly developed corn allergy. What's the name of the farm you found that doesn't use grain?

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          • #20
            Do a search on Craigslist. I insisted on checking the farm out. It took me 3 farms to let me see the chickens.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by oceangrl View Post
              Do a search on Craigslist. I insisted on checking the farm out. It took me 3 farms to let me see the chickens.

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              Lazy 69 Ranch has pasture raised chickens that are fed neither corn nor soy.

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