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Health Benefits
hands breaking egg showling orange egg yolk  Did you now the color of the egg yolk is important? Our free range pasture raised eggs have a vivid yellow-orange yolk. The more orange the yolk is-- the better!




O OMEGA 3
Eggs from pastured hens have as much as 20 times more Omega 3 than eggs produced by factory hens

D VITAMIN D
Pastured hen eggs have 3 to 6 times more Vitamin D than those raised in confinement as their exposure to direct sunlight is converted to Vitamin D and this is passed to their eggs

M MOTHER EARTH NEWS
According to Mother Earth News, pastured eggs have     

  • 1/3 cholesterol as commerical eggs
  • 1/4 less saturated fat
  • 2/3 more vitamin A
  • 2 times more omega 3 fatty acids
  • 7 times more beta carotene
  • For the full results link to www.MotherEarthNews.com/eggs    

F FAT
Patured hen eggs have lower total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol

E VITAMIN E
There is 30%more Vitamin E in patured eggs than commercially raised eggs

B VITAMIN B
Eggs from pastured hens have more folic acid and Vitamin B12

*These statments have not beenevaluated by the F.D.A.  This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease.


Grass-Fed Beef grazing The health benefits of grass fed beef are many. You may have heard this statement before, "REAL COWS EAT GRASS". Cows were born to eat grass. By eating grass-fed beef, you will not only improve your health, but the ecosystem's health.
We use Rotational Grazing for our cattle, which not only helps the environment but provide natural vitamins and minerals to our animals. An animals diet influences the nutritional value of their food products. Grass-fed beef are lower in total fat. An example is a sirloin steak from a grass fed steer is 1/2 to 1/3 the amount of fat as the same cut from a grain fed animal. The meat from grass-fed beef contains about the same amount of fat as in skinless chicken. 

O OMEGA
There are 6 times the omega 3 fatty acids in grass-fed beef

C CHOLESTEROL
Lowers cholesterol levels

F FAT
Lower Fat and has about 1/2 fat of grain fed beef

C CALORIES
Lower in calories because it is so lean! According to American Grass Fed Beef Federation, the average adult eats 66.5 lbs of beef a year. Switching from grain fed beef to grass-fed beef will save you approximately 17,773 calories per year!

E VITAMIN E
Pastured grass fed cattle have 4 times higher amount of

  • decreased risk of heart disease
  • decreased risk of cancer

* most Americans are deficient in Vitamin E

A VITAMIN A
400% more Vitamin A than grain fed beef

B VITAMIN B
Beta carotene

  • higher B vitamins (Thiamin and riboflavin)
  • Full of beta carotene

R RISK
Virtually no risk for "Mad Cow Disease"

* These statements haven't been evaluated by the F.D.A. no arethese product(s) intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease(s).


broilers in pen eating grass
Pasture Raised Broilers
Toms Ranch produces free range broilers. We use portable bottomless houses that are moved daily for approximately 8 weeks until the broilers are processed. This allows our broilers fresh, lush, green grass and unlimited water. Chicken wire provides excellent ventilation and protection from predators. The benefits of sunshine and no medication or growth hormones give our free range broilers health benefits. Free range broilers are known to have high beneficial fats and other factors that lower the cholesterol in humans, which may decrease the risk of coronary heart disease. Researchers have found O OMEGA 3 fatty acid, A VITAMIN A, and a significant decrease in total fat in the pastured broiler carcass.