Columbus eggs are produced by chickens fed on a totally vegetarian wild-type diet which includes omega3 rich seeds. Our chickens produce eggs which are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals and with a perfectly balanced and healthy composition of fats
haven't tried them, but i heard about em. I think that if chickens are fed foods which are high in o-3's within a week of laying the egg, the yolks will contain many o-3's. Something like that. I bet they are more expensive than real eggs though, maybe in the area of organic eggs, so i doubt i would buy them. I'll stick to my EFA mix.
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