Meet our Birds
Chicken egg colors and sizes depend on the breed of chicken that has laid them. Our eggs come from free range rare colored
They are comprised of a yellow yolk and a white ‘albumen’.
They are a great source of protein, which is egg-cellent for muscle development.
They are a versatile ingredient - use them in baking, make delicious frittatas or just eat them by themselves!
Duck eggs have higher nutrient levels than chicken eggs, however their cholesterol level is also higher. They are generally regarded as better for you, but aren’t as widely available as chicken eggs are.
Our eggs come from free range Welsh Harlequin Ducks.
The egg and yolk is larger than that of a chicken's.
The average egg weighs approximately 50 grams.
Duck eggs have a higher protein, vitamin, mineral and fat content.
Stay fresher for longer than chickens'.
Duck eggs are said to be more flavorsome than that of chickens.
Guinea Fowl are becoming increasingly popular in mixed backyard flocks. Guineas are hardier creatures than chickens and lay eggs through conditions that chickens may not - such as hotter weather.
Guinea Fowl eggs are a creamy color with light brown spots. The small end are more pointed than the chicken egg.
They have a higher yolk to white ratio than normal chicken eggs.
Guinea fowl eggs are smaller than chickens' - the general rule is that 2 guinea fowl eggs equals 1 large chicken egg.
The shell is harder than that of a chicken egg - more force is required to crack them open!
The taste is regarded as a creamy gourmet delicacy.