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At Rosewood Acres, we take pride in our commitment to producing the best eggs around. We believe that our hens deserve the best, and we do everything in our power to make sure that they have a happy and healthy life.
We start with our carefully selected feed, which is designed to provide our hens with all the nutrients they need to lay high-quality eggs. But we don't stop there. We also move our hens to fresh paddocks in our custom-designed "egg mobiles" so that they can graze on fresh flora and fauna, giving them the diverse diet they need to produce eggs with a rich, full-bodied flavor.
But we don't just rely on good nutrition to produce great eggs. We take a hands-on approach to our egg production, personally collecting and inspecting each egg to make sure that it meets our exacting standards. We believe that it's this attention to detail that sets us apart from the rest.
At Rosewood Acres, we don't just produce eggs. We create a sustainable and ethical farming model that values the health and well-being of our hens as much as the quality of our eggs. We believe that our eggs are a reflection of our commitment to creating a better food system, one that prioritizes quality, sustainability, and the humane treatment of animals.
So if you're looking for eggs that are more than just a breakfast food, but a symbol of a better way of farming and eating, come experience the difference that Rosewood Acres eggs can make in your life.
We are passionate about our pasture-raised eggs, and we believe that you will be too once you try them! Our commitment to regenerative farming practices means that our eggs are more than just a breakfast food - they are a symbol of our dedication to a healthier, more sustainable food system.
When you choose our eggs, you are choosing eggs that are not only tasty and nutritious, but also ethically produced. Our hens are able to roam freely on pasture, living a happier and healthier life. This means that our eggs are not only better for you, but better for the planet too.
But that's not all. Our approach to farming is regenerative, which means that our hens' movement and manure contribute to the health of our soil, improving nutrient and water cycling, and boosting biodiversity. This is farming the way it was meant to be - in harmony with nature.
We are passionate about creating a better food system, one that prioritizes the well-being of our animals and the health of our planet. Our eggs are a symbol of that commitment. When you choose our pasture-raised eggs, you are choosing to support a better way of farming and eating.
So if you're ready to taste the difference that passion and commitment can make, come experience the delicious, nutritious, and ethical goodness of our pasture-raised eggs.
For more info see our Q&A below.
Our feed comes from mole valley farmers.
Are we certified Organic?
We use organic standards as a guideline for our farming practices but are not certified organic. Our focus on soil management sets us apart, creating nutrient-dense eggs. Our hens' movement and manure also help regenerate the land. We prioritize transparency and invite customers to see how we farm. We believe that our commitment to sustainability, transparency, and community involvement is just as important as any certification. Try our pasture-raised eggs for high-quality, sustainable, and delicious food.
How much should good food cost?
Farming environmentally produces healthier soil, food, and humans but involves higher costs. Our prices are necessary to pay a living wage, cover costs, and remain competitive with other small farms. Our farm will publish transparent financial reports annually.
Why are pasture raised eggs "regenerative"?
The movement of our chickens to new pasture every few days has several huge ecosystem benefits that free-range and caged systems do not. It helps build top soil through readily absorbed manure loading and scarification, leading to improved nutrient and water cycling, while boosting biodiversity.
It also reduces parasites which run on a cycle of a few days. Our chickens mimic nature by following herbivores, eating the insects in their manure (potential pests) and spread out the herbivore's manure.