Caring for the
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is on our doorstep and we feel all local farms have a responsibility to protect the reef from toxic run-off.
Although there has been much media attention on mining's effect on the reef, focus also must be plaed on the local sugar cane farming practices of intense fertilization using toxins, carginogenic fertilizers and insecticides.
In our environment of heavy rainfall during wet seasons, these chemicals run off straight into the Coral Sea and Great Barrier Reef.
Our farming practices employ no chemical fertllizers and as such, we are doing our bit to help avoid the destruction of the Reef.
Why Pasture Eggs?
Superior to Free Range
Sustainable farming practice
Environmentally beneficial especially for the Great Barrier Reef
Eggs have a higher nutrient content than regular free range and especially barn or cage eggs
Taste is superior
Especially high Omega 3, Vitamn A, Vitamin E and Beta-Carotene content