FREE RANGE EGGS, at Rieger Farms, Armstrong, British Columbia
Welcome to Rieger
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customers call us "The Egg Capital
of the Okanagan"
We're a small family farm, and passionate about producing high quality free range eggs, and understand
that our core farming principles make our Award winning FREE RANGE EGGS very special.
Our farm is located in the Province of British Columbia, North Okanagan in Canada near Armstrong in the Spallumcheen Valley / Township of Spallumcheen
Rieger Farms Free Range eggs are a comforting reminder
that not everything has changed.
Rieger Farms Free Range eggs are reminders of the
good old fashion way producing eggs
Why do we grade eggs?
Grade requirements are set for eggs to protect the consuming public from undue risk.
In grading eggs, the factors of interior quality, weight, cleanliness and shell construction are considered.
These factors are related to safety, wholesomeness and quality.
Regulations in place
to protect consumers require that eggs must be clean and free of leaks, cracks or other defects that could present food safety
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Eggs grade: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large,
Free Range eggs are laid by hens housed in state of the art, cage free, weather
sheltered barns. Our hens are allowed to go outside. Hens enjoy a comfortable environment, like humans. Rieger
Farms Free Range eggs are an excellent source of protein, are
low in saturated fat and contain no trans fats. Rieger Farms Free Range eggs are a comforting reminder that not everything
has changed. Rieger Farms Free Range eggs are reminders of the good old fashion way to produce eggs.
We do not use chemicals, genetically
modified organisms, or artificial fertilizers for raising our hens. NO antibiotics, NO GMO or growth promoters are used.
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6 Reasons Why Eggs Are The Healthiest Food on The Planet, by By Kris
Gunnars, BSc Eggs are so nutritious that they're often referred to as "nature's multivitamin."One
large egg contains (1): Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin): 9% of the RDA.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 15% of the RDA.
Vitamin A: 6% of the RDA.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): 7% of the RDA.
Selenium: 22% of the RDA.
Eggs also contain small amounts
of almost every vitamin and mineral required by the human body... including calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, manganese, Vitamin
E, Folate and many more. They also have unique antioxidants and powerful brain nutrients that many people are deficient
in. Here are 6 reasons why eggs are among the healthiest foods on the planet.
Permaculture intro: WHAT IS PERMACULTUREPermaculture integrates land, resources, people and the environment
through mutually beneficial synergies - imitating the no waste, closed loop systems seen in diverse natural systems. Permaculture
studies and applies holistic solutions that are applicable in rural and urban contexts at any scale. It is a multidisciplinary
toolbox including agriculture, water harvesting and hydrology, energy, natural building, forestry, waste management, animal
systems, aquaculture, appropriate technology, economics and community development....Read more click here
Farms, a 5-acre commercial permaculture orchard in Southern Quebec, Canada
ago, Stefan Sobkowiak bought a commercial apple orchard with the intention of converting it to an organic orchard. He did
just that, but eventually understood the limitations of the organic model originating from monoculture. He then decided to
tear out most of the trees and replant in a way that would maximize biodiversity and yield while minimizing the amount of
maintenance required. Inspired by permaculture principles, the orchard now counts over 100 cultivars of apples, plus several
types of plums, pears, cherries, and countless other fruits and vegetables.
Regenerative Society meets the needs of humans and all life systems through the practices and principles found in Permaculture Low Impact Sustainable Development.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
United Nations issued a report that stated "Only Small Farmers Can Feed the World" Governments must shift
subsidies and research funding from agro-industrial monoculture to small farmers using ‘agroecology [permaculture]'
methods. According to the UN's Special Report on the Right to Food modern industrial agricultural methods can no longer feed
the world, due to the impacts of overlapping environmental and ecological crises linked to land, water and resource availability.
A UN official said that new scientific research increasingly shows how ‘agroecology' offers far more environmentally
sustainable methods that can still meet the rapidly growing demand for food.
Agriculture needs a new direction: Permaculture .....