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Sunset's free range eggs

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Sunset Free Range eggs Sunset Free Range eggs are SPCA ticked.

In a small town called Waipipi, southwest of Auckland, Gareth and Anita Manning bought a flock chickens for their own free range egg consumption. Their egg production flourished and they were soon offloading excess free range eggs to friends and family. And the rest is history.

Sunset Free Range Poultry is steadily growing and now supplies many gourmet grocers, reputable supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and butcheries throughout the North Island of New Zealand.

With such success they are looking to grow their business further, free range poultry is available soon and an organic range of eggs is underway.

SPCA auditing ensures that the paddocks have plenty of grass cover, bird numbers are kept to manageable levels to reduce overcrowding and hen pecking. There are plenty of feeders, drinkers and nest boxes and the hens have 24/7 access to the paddocks where they can have dust baths, run, flap and eat bugs.

Check the stockists for a good store near you or order from Sunset directly.
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