Our Method: Eggs are harvested with our own special processes. An Eggmobile follows the cows in their rotation. The Eggmobile is a 12 ft. X 20 ft. portable henhouse and the laying hens free range from it, eating bugs and scratching through cattle droppings to sanitize the pasture just like birds in nature that always follow herbivores as biological cleansers.
The Feathernet is similar, although the birds are secured inside a large electrified netting that is moved every three days to offer additional clean pasturage. Cows mow ahead of the chickens.
Because our chickens are raised in their natural environment, the hens lay eggs based on the length of daylight hours. This means that during the longer days of summer , May thru August, you will see an abundance of eggs. And as the days grow shorter (dark earlier) in the winter months, October thru April, the hens will rest and eggs production will decrease.