Grass Fed Lamb
Grass Fed Lamb
Our eggs contain significantly less of the unhealthy fats.
Our eggs contain 55% less PUFA and 62% less Linoleic Acid than the typical non-GMO pasture-raised eggs, and 60% less PUFA and 70% less Linoleic Acid than 'Cage Free' eggs. For example, 4 Angel Acres eggs have only 1 g PUFA vs. 4 conventional eggs have 4 g PUFA!
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Each egg box contains 4 dozen (48) corn and soy free eggs. (Lamb meat and goat's milk coming soon!)
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Learn why our eggs are better.
What does low PUFA eggs mean?
We had our eggs tested and due to the hen's unique diet, they contain significantly lower levels of Polyunsaturated Fats (PUFAs) relative to other pasture-raised and cage-free eggs. This means our eggs have the healthiest fatty-acid profile you can find - low in unstable, polyunsaturated fat but high in healthy monounsaturated and stable saturated fats, plus fat soluble vitamins. Meaning more of the good, less of the bad.
How are your eggs different?
Most chickens are fed feed that is full of corn, soy, and other high PUFA ingredients. A diet high in PUFA results in higher levels of PUFAs present in the eggs, in addition to the presence of other common allergens (corn, soy). Many of our customers were previously not able to consume eggs. But our eggs are different!
Since the types of fat and nutrient levels in eggs depends on the chicken's diet (Woods, 2009), our eggs are low in PUFA, nutrient-dense, and DELICIOUS!
What do you feed your chickens?
In order to improve the nutrition of our eggs, we created our own custom chicken feed, which is an Organic, Low PUFA feed that contains no corn, no soy, and no high PUFA ingredients such as flax seed, sunflower seeds or seed oils. Our hen's have access to fresh pasture daily where they forage on bugs and grasses, plus they receive meat scraps, meat organs, as well as our organic food scraps (fruits, vegetables, and more).