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Going Organic Wholly Makes Happy Humans

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

We talked to Lana from AR and here’s what she had to say:

Q
Tell us what you made with your Happy Eggs!

A
The Happy Eggs are sunny-side up in a small ceramic skillet with a dollop of olive oil. My grandparents had hens and I have great memories feeding them their scratch corn and collecting eggs from the hen house. They were free range, but back then, that’s just how it was. I salute Happy Eggs for their throwback methods.
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How do you feel about The Happy Egg Co.’s commitment to hen welfare?

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Why treat animals unkindly and crowd them into intolerable and unsanitary conditions? Hens which can stand up, flap their wings, scratch in a yard, and see the sun will be happier and healthier, using fewer resources like antibiotics and water. If we do things the way nature intends instead of force feeding drugs to crowded animals on industrial farms, our food will be better, and we will be healthier humans.
Q
Get creative! What yummy summer recipe would you choose to incorporate Happy Eggs with?

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Of course, a brisket and fried egg sandwich with roma tomatoes and arugula on brioche bread would be great!
Q
Happy Egg Hens spend their days doing things they love [like perching, foraging + dust bathing]. What are some of your favorite things to do with family + friends?

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I like to swim in the pool, walk my two dogs, read, and ride bikes. I like to relax outside and breathe the fresh air or dip my legs in the creek near my house.
Happy hens lay happy eggs. Happy Eggs are better for humans!
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