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OUR EGGS

At Kulnura Village we pride ourselves in producing only the best AA grade eggs.

Egg Quality Grade AA

Egg stands up tall. The yolk is firm and the area covered by the white is small. There is a large proportion of thick white to thin white.

Egg Quality Grade A

Egg covers a relatively small area. The yolk is round and upstanding. The thick white is large in proportion to the thin white and stands fairly well around the egg.

Egg Quality Grade B

Eggs spreads out more. The yolk is flattened and there is about as much (or more) thin white as thick white.

what are PASTURE-RAISED EGGS?

Our eggs are the crème de la crème of all eggs, as far as farming culture is concerned. With recent confusion over the new national definition of what constitutes ‘freerange’ eggs, pasture-raised eggs reign supreme, taking free-range guidelines to new heights and, as such, sculpting a niche market that consumers can trust.

Pastured eggs are the saving grace of recent controversy and the market is increasingly recognising the quality and integrity of the methods that characterise pasture-raising. It is only fitting that consumers are flocking to these deliciously robust, premium quality, fully organic eggs.

 

Current free-range guidelines allocate one square metre per hen (10,000 hens per hectare), with some proof hens have “meaningful and regular” access to the outdoors. This presents a loophole for large scale commercial companies to pass off their eggs as free-range despite being far off consumer free-range expectations.

 

The introduction of ‘pasture-raised’ labels rids ambiguity by setting apart smaller-scale farms that opt for significantly lower stocking densities of chickens that graze paddocks and roost in mobile houses or ‘chook villas’. With a required space allotment of at least 10sqm, as per pasture-raising guidelines, these chickens lead truly happy and healthy lives in the most natural possible environment for domesticated animals which is reflected in the quality and richness of their nutrient-dense eggs.