Harry Set up the egg producing side of the farm shortly after his sixth birthday when he asked for some hens. The ethics that Harry started with as a six year old haven’t changed over the years. The hens still live in small colonies way below the regulatory level. Fewer hens in a shed increases costs but puts less stress on the hens and ensures free and easy access to their organic pastures and nesting boxes.
From six hens to 3000 hens now, this growth has all been achieved through repeat custom from extremely satisfied buyers. The hens are still in small colonies and not put in one big house. The eggs have won numerous awards including the best organic eggs in the UK last year.