One step beyond organic or free-range: Dutch farmer’s chickens lay carbon-neutral eggs

Signal of change / One step beyond organic or free-range: Dutch farmer’s chickens lay carbon-neutral eggs

By Simon Billing / 10 Nov 2017

This is a really cool farm in the Netherlands:

One step beyond organic or free-range: Dutch farmer's chickens lay carbon-neutral eggs

There's the much-criticised battery hen egg, and then the pricier organic and free-range varieties. But for the truly ethically committed, how about the carbon-neutral egg, laid in what has been billed as the world's most environmentally friendly farm? Dutch stores are now selling so-called " Kipster eggs " laid at a shiny new farm near the south-eastern city of Venray.



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