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Saving time and health in today’s life schedule from this pandemic is a vital concern for everybody. Therefore, it is not a wise decision to waste this precious time standing in the long queue of a local butcher and waiting for him to cut and pack chicken. So, it’s convenient to buy online from one of the best online  

Farm eggs are free-range, pastured, or local eggs. These are definitely healthier for the hens - and for us, too. The conditions in which hens live, the handling of the eggs through the delivery chain, and the time the egg is stored will affect the nutrient levels.

Local Egg: Benefits in Human Health

Eggs from pastured hens, roaming freely in fields, surroundings and eating vegetation and insects, have significantly increased levels of vitamins A and E, and Omega 3 fatty acids, when compared to battery-farmed eggs.  Free-range eggs have also been shown to have lower levels of fat, cholesterol, and Omega 6 fatty acids. Egg handling practices, the hens' health, and the laying environment can reduce the risk of salmonella contamination. Free-range or pastured hens are least likely to produce contaminated eggs as their laying environment is the healthiest.

Eggs should be washed in a sanitizing solution shortly after being laid. Locally produced eggs are fresher, which corresponds to a lowered risk. Pasteurized eggs, especially if they are from free-range hens are the safest one. Organic free-range or organic pastured eggs are certainly the healthiest for the birds, and because the hens are allowed to roam and eat greens and insects, they produce eggs with the highest nutritional content. The lower pesticide content and forbidden preventative use of antibiotics in local egg production result in less of these chemicals ending up in our bodies.