You can see the difference. The farm raised egg on the left is much larger because our egg, the one on the right is from a very young chicken (six months) Our chickens have been raised free range on special, no soy, high omega 3 feed. The thing that struck me is that our soy free high omega three, home grown chicken egg is so much darker in color than the eggs we purchase. I'm not sure if its the special high omega organic feed we use or if its just the fact our chickens get to roam the yard looking for bugs or if the color difference is because our chickens are so much younger. Another thing we do or I should say don't do is use pesticides and herbicides on our property or in our garden. This means we have to weed by hand. I think it's worth it though knowing our chickens are healthy and producing healthy eggs.
We use scratch and peck feed from here in Washington State where I live. It is certified non GMO and has
Been trucking since 96. My main interest is having a good healthy life.