Q: What is the difference between a white egg and a brown egg?
A: White eggs are from a White Leghorn Chicken and brown eggs are from a Hybrid Rhode Island Red Chicken.
Q: How long are eggs good for?
A: The date on the carton is a sell by date which means that is the last day we can sell them. Under proper refrigeration, eggs should last a few weeks after the sell by date.
Q: Do eggs need to be washed after purchased?
A: No. All eggs sold in the USA have to be washed before being sold to the public.
Q: Are your chickens fed hormones?
A: No. Egg-laying chickens are never given hormones.
Q: Why are eggs different sizes?
A: In general, chickens will start laying small eggs at 20-weeks-old. As they age, chickens will lay larger eggs.
Q: Why do brown eggs cost more than white eggs?
A: Brown chickens are larger and eat more feed.