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    Trying to find the best eggs. I live in the city, and don't know any farmers but according to this Link every brand in the stores aren't very good, no matter the price or what it says on the package.

    How are eggs regulated?

    http://www.cornucopia.org/organic-eg...habetical.html

    From everything I read, Cal Maine is the Biggest supplier of eggs in the stores. With a bunch of different names.

  • #2
    Cool link-I'm going to pick up some eggs from Common Good and see how they are.
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    • #3
      Copied the table into excel and added the ability to filter and sort to make it easier to find eggs in your area. However, I'm not able to upload an excel file?


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      • #4
        Originally posted by moco View Post
        Copied the table into excel and added the ability to filter and sort to make it easier to find eggs in your area. However, I'm not able to upload an excel file?
        Can you import it into paint (or any program making it an image), then upload?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by RageBlanket View Post
          Can you import it into paint (or any program making it an image), then upload?
          Well then it wouldn't be interactive.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by moco View Post
            Well then it wouldn't be interactive.
            Nope. I misunderstood, I thought you just sorted them by region.
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            • #7
              I think Trader Joe's has a great variety of eggs (Omega 3, cage-free, free-range, etc.).
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              • #8
                People really worry too much about this stuff it seems. Just eat some eggs, if you can get something local, or more fresh great... if not eggs (regardless of type) are still a great food source.
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                • #9
                  everyone wants free range eggs, but they arent that great. the chickens mostly eat bugs and their own crap. if you get eggs from caged hens they are better because they only eat the food they are given, their feed is high in aminos and contains everything they need to keep them healthy, dont get caught up in FREE RANGE BS

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by noexcuse View Post
                    everyone wants free range eggs, but they arent that great. the chickens mostly eat bugs and their own crap. if you get eggs from caged hens they are better because they only eat the food they are given, their feed is high in aminos and contains everything they need to keep them healthy, dont get caught up in FREE RANGE BS
                    I was always under the impression chickens are supposed to eat bugs. I'd rather eat eggs from chickens eating a natural diet than shitty corn or whatever they're being fed in the cage.

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                    • #11
                      beef is a bit different, cows dont eat their own shit. chickens that eat bugs are fine, but they will eat shit, eat each other, or eat anything thats a different colour.eat their own eggs. the ones in cages are fed a really good mixture. theres nothing wrong with free range eggs, just not my first choice. i dont like the omega 3 eggs either - thoose chickens are fed fish meal, which i dont agree with

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                      • #12
                        I feed my own chickens a high grade seed mix plus they get vegtable scraps, meat scraps, fish and prawns bits. I am looking outside now and can see them digging up works and grubs and bugs. Their favorite foods are prawn heads, watermelon and grapes. If you have any of those they will chase you around the yard.

                        Pellet chicken feed is like fast food for chickens IMO.
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