Hello, I am Tina Townley, owner of EBN Ranch.  I began my health journey about 15 years ago, I have had some major health issues, and the more research I did the more I found the foods and products I was using could have played a major role in my bad health.  I started with a few chickens and a couple of goats. I was the 13th person in Idaho to be licensed to sell raw goat milk. I also believe that how you treat and feed your animals has much to do with the food you get in return, so I feed them as I do my own family.  I am not certified organic, and at times they may get something that is not, but 95% of what they are fed is as organic and non gmo as I can do I grow fodder, I use barley seed, since there is no gmo barley in the US as of yet, and flax seed, animal peas and Black oil sunflower, I sprout them, I have been doing this now for about 9 years, so my animals all get live sprouted food, 365 days a year, even thru the winter I grow it in my greenhouse, I feed about 100 lbs a day. My little farm has grown, I now have a lot of chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits, goats, and sheep. I am trying to be responsible and self reliant.

I do supplement the fodder in the winter time with organic dumor pellets when there are less bugs for them to eat, but 95% of the diet is the Fodder. I have had folks that have never been able to eat eggs, try mine and have no issues, I think most allergies come from what the animals are fed, not the the animal or what they give (milk or eggs). My chicks have a chicken run, they all get out from time to time, but are free to roam several acres,I also grow my own alfalfa in some of our 18 acres here.  I have used no chemicals to fertilize or kill weeds on our property wince we moved here many years ago.I will only wash the eggs if they are dirty,If they are washed it will say are on the carton, tends to happen when more muddy and wet outside, I will wash the day of delivery. I hope you have a chance to try my eggs and see for yourself!

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