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ROSSBOBBEAMS Nov 10
Replying to @FairburnsEggs
Utterly fantastic eggs! 😌❤️🥚
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Chekhov’s Gin Nov 13
And I bloody delivered it with ten grant-supported SU projects on top for good measure
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Exe Valley Eggs Nov 5
RT : “We would love to see more consumers buying medium or mixed weight boxes of eggs which contain medium and large eggs. It supports what hens lay naturally," says chairman James Baxter.
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Exe Valley Eggs 9h
RT : Get your day off to a cracking start with a free range egg
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Hentastic Nov 13
How do you use your hens fresh eggs? We would love you hear your favourite recipes!
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Dandelion Cafe 19h
Today is feeling like an eggs for breakfast kinda day, come and enjoy the freshest free range eggs from Corrie Mains Farm!
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Bottom's Basement 38m
Yes my chickens are free rangers and they do some travelling. @ Cluny, Alberta
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Lucy Morgan Nov 10
Today's new dark spiced ginger cake! (It's gluten & dairy free too!) Harbourside Market in the Watershed
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Love Free Range Eggs 15h
Free range eggs have 75% more Vitamin D in them than 30 years ago, helping to keep your teeth and bones healthy
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Sapling Home Farm Nov 13
I'm going out and about first thing tomorrow to surprise a few places with a free tray of ours eggs to sample...anyone want some? Fresh eggs is the key to poaching..
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Chippindale Foods Nov 6
Looking forward to our November Producer Group Meeting tomorrow where we will be discussing egg size and biosecurity.
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Love Free Range Eggs Nov 13
Free range eggs are packed full of essential vitamins and nutrients and an eggs-cellent choice for the youngest through to the oldest family members
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Alison Nov 7
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Love Free Range Eggs Nov 12
Need some extra help to get rid of that winter cold? Free range eggs have Vitamin A in them which helps to give your immune system a little boost.
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Bambi Miller Nov 7
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Love Free Range Eggs Nov 5
Did you know the difference between a medium and large egg is just the large has more white? The yolk size is the same. Try a medium egg next time you're making poached eggs
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That Gourmet Guy Nov 8
Breakfast. Cupcakes size crust-less cherry tomatoes, feta and chives frittata.
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Love Free Range Eggs Nov 6
Still not convinced to reach for mixed weight eggs instead of a box of large? Watch this video, and let Susie from explain why you should support what hens lay naturally.
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PamsBackyardChickens Nov 14
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Thaba Madiba Free Range Farm Nov 14
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