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Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 4:11 pm
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Chino Valley Ranchers have been producing quality eggs for over 50 years.  Their goal is to keep their chickens healthy, happy, and stress-free.  The chickens are raised “cage free” in environmentally controlled community houses. This allows them to interact in a natural way.  The food that the chickens eat is healthy, organic, and free without animal biproducts.  The eggs from Chino Valley come in a variety of types.  Choose from organic, organic omega-3, organic DHA Omega-3, Veg-a-fed, Veg-a-fed Omega-3, Nutri-Fresh Fertile, and Soy Free organic.   Chino Valley Ranchers does not sell their eggs from their website, so the price may vary depending on what store you buy them at.

Foods that are organic are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid that have been referred to as the “good fats”, and have been said to be good for heart health.  Their Soy Free Organic Omega-3 eggs come from chickens who were fed the same diet as the rest except that it is free from soy. This makes these eggs safe for people who have soy allergies.  The Chino Valley Ranchers headquarters is located in Arcadia, California.  If you cannot go visit in person, you might want to  watch their entertaining and informational videos about the ranch and the chickens.  Their chickens really do look quite healthy and very happy!




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