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Xenia's Farm Fresh, Holistically-Raised Heritage Eggs,  May just be the very best!

"Not all pasture-raised organic eggs are the same."

Imagine old fashioned, heritage-breed, rare and endangered chickens foraging freely on a small family farm. They enjoy  following the pigs, cattle, sheep and goats as they naturally desire. Watch  as they feast on a buffet of rich native vegetation, bugs, grubs and other native insects. My eggs layers spend their days scratching and pecking through organic compost, mulch,  hunting for worms as nature intended. Picture the happy, healthy hens moving about the small farm with beautiful roosters and clutches of baby chicks. Traveling freely about the farm and ranch,  roaming in the seasonal heirloom gardens and roosting up high at sunset.

Xenia’s Physio-Organic Holistic Chickens, (since 1991)

No vaccines, No Antibiotics, No G.M.O.'s, No Gluten


No Soy, No Corn, No Flax  No Fish/Crab No Wheat


Rainbow Ranch Farms eggs supply the highest Omega 6 to Omega 3 balanced ratio because the hens consume a species-specific diet, as nature intended and, are "second to none". 


Foraged - Cage Free - Pastured - Open Range

Chickens, turkeys and game birds forage in open, seasonal, heirloom gardens that are fertile with native vegetation, heirloom vegetables, herbs and greens. The soil is rich with beneficial insects, grubs and worms and, they are free to forage and, scratch through the abundant mulch and, compost piles too!


Bees are an integral part of my small farming and, ranching operation. As a responsible beekeeper, I don't  use  pesticides,  I rescue bee swarms from local communities when time allows.


I started growing worms many years ago and today the vermiculture systems ensures that the flocks always have plenty of healthy, wholesome bugs, grubs and, worms all year.


Studies and, research show twice as much vitamin E and, long-chain omega-3 fats, more than double the total omega-3 fatty acid and, less than half the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids. In addition, the Vitamin A and vitamin E concentrations are 38 percent higher.

1/4 less saturated fat
2/3 more vitamin A
Two times more omega-3 fatty acids
Three times more vitamin E
Seven times more beta carotene

DHA (DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), an omega-3 fatty acid that plays a key role in infant brain and eye development and adult health).

Research shows that supplementing egg-layers with commercial or standard (including certified organic) lay mash-feeds, will likely result in reduced omega-3 fatty acid and lower vitamin A and E concentrations in eggs.

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