Buy Free Range Eggs in Gauteng



Buy Free Range Eggs Northern Suburbs

Happy Eggs is a small free range egg farm located in Doornrandje – 20 minutes north of 4 Ways Mall. Our egg production is small – but our free range eggs taste fantastic.

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Our hens are fed fresh vegetables everyday – and unlike some free range egg farms – our hens get to really free range – lots of space and lots of sunshine. Rich orange yolks come from a diet of veggies and natural foraging. If you are looking for just a tray or 2 – then the Bryanston Organic Market is the place to buy.  If you need more than 5 trays a weeks then you can contact us directly using the contact form and we can help you.

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Happy eggs – healthy humans!

We grow eggs for eating – not for farmers who want to buy fertilised eggs for a hatchery. If you want fertilised eggs for hatching your own free range eggs, leave a messages and I will try and find a contact for you. If you are planning on free range farming you can use normal fertile eggs from any egg producer that offers fertile eggs- even if they come from a hatchery that does not specialise in free range and organic eggs – the regulations and guidelines do not stipulate that the eggs must come from free range hens.

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True free range eggs – sunshine and space




Most eggs on the market are come from caged hens – some times called cage eggs – this means they are raised in battery cages, or layer cages – up to 7 hens in a cramped cage – and they will spend their lifetime in that cage. Not good – for you, or the chicken. When you buy eggs – look and see how they have been farmed – if they say free range it only means that they are allowed outside, this is still not really free range farming as many chicken farmers pay only lip service to the regulations – and do not embrace the true concept or meaning to free range, allowing their chickens a small, dusty area to range in. A true free range chicken will have access to fresh grass, bugs and insects – chickens are not vegetarians, and tasty eggs come from happy chickens who are allowed to forage naturally. Organic eggs are difficult to grow in South Africa as all the feeds that are on the market are not organic – but these free range eggs are as close to organic as we can get them. The other criteria for a good egg is the freshness – no matter what type of eggs you are buying, you really want fresh eggs – less than seven days old. You can see a fresh egg when you break it open (no way to tell before you buy), an old egg will spread in the pan – the yolk will not stand up and be firm , and the white of the egg will spread very easily covering a wide area. Fresh eggs will hold their shape and be firm – the white and the yolk. The colour of the yolk says nothing about the freshness – and often nothing about the type of egg. In winter the yolks of my chicken eggs are often a yellow colour rather than a deep orange – this is because certain vegetables like carrots and spinach do not grow well in winter – and what a chicken eats colour the egg yolk. We usually place birds for our wholesale customers – so if you are looking for a regular supply of more than 10 trays of free range eggs a week, we put in a small flock of birds for you, and you buy the production of those particular hens. Happy chickens – Happy eggsHealthy humans! – contact us – small quantities of free range eggs only – at a great price!


57 Responses to Buy Free Range Eggs in Gauteng

  1. andre oosthuizen says:

    could please give me full detail price list.i would like buy and sell to my customers.eggs, thank you

    Regards

    Andre

  2. Louise Visagie says:

    Need prices on eggs for resale 30 in a tray please

  3. Zain Halle says:

    Hi
    I am doing some beautiful free range eggs on my plot in Pretoria East. I have been selling to staff and friends but would really like to sell all of them off at one go rather than a few here and there. My number is 0844180676. Maybe we could link in together if you need more eggs for supply or for Pretoria based customers.

  4. Wynand says:

    Please email me a pricelist of free range eggs & contact number.

    Regards

  5. Mary says:

    I would like 5 boxes of eggs per week. What is your price for large eggs per tray of 30 please

  6. xoxo says:

    Some request/questions here are super dump – “Am looking for fertile free range eggs”

    Dude did you smoke something?

    • Chicken Man says:

      mmm – seems like a reasonable request to me – he is asking for fertile eggs that have been laid by free range hens and free range roosters….maybe you smoking the wrong stuff?

  7. Egg Buyer says:

    Any luck with suppliers of free range hens?

    • Chicken Man says:

      nope – still looking – free range point of lay hens are so much more expensive than normal cage hens – but the cage hens have been debeaked… and they battle to be outside for a few weeks.

  8. Tendayi says:

    Am looking for fertile free range eggs, i need them for for breeding

  9. tlamelo says:

    Please send me your contact details and quotation

  10. aloysius says:

    Hi there could you please send me you quotation of your egg range prices. And your contact details. Regards Aloysius

  11. Natalie says:

    Good day
    I have a request for Xl and jumbo eggs, please can you forward me your wholesale price list
    Regards
    Natalie

  12. THURSTON says:

    Good Day, could you please send me your wholesale pricelist. Thanks.

    • Winston says:

      Hi,

      I want to sell eggs but would like to know if you will give me some discount so that I can make some profit. I will request a price list of you discount per unit.

  13. vally says:

    I need 200000 eggs per week. Range L,XL and jumbo. Please call me 0826060998

  14. melony says:

    Hi interested in buying eggs ,pls forward price list n contact details

    • Abie says:

      Dear Sir,

      Please advise if you supply eggs at wholesale prices as i am keen in purchasing about 50-100 cases a week packed in 30 and 6 delivered to Mayfair,Jhb

  15. Bianca says:

    How could I set up a time to come and meet you?

  16. mtho says:

    Kindly send me your price list regards..

  17. Ursula says:

    Hi,
    Please take me off the website, because we don’t sell eggs anymore.

    Thanks
    ursula

  18. Hermish Thokozani Mpungose says:

    I require a stock of eggs

  19. elouise says:

    Hi can you please send me your contact details.

  20. stephanie says:

    hi chickenman. this is just a once off purchase. i would need them the first week of september.

  21. stephanie says:

    Please send me contact details of where I can buy approx 500 organic free range eggs.

  22. shaheed says:

    Hi I’m based in johannesburg and I’m interested in re selling eggs and would
    like to know your prices on medium,large an jumbo eggs (trays of 30s)(clean an unclean)
    Regards
    Shaheed

    • Chicken Man says:

      Hi,
      How many eggs do you need and how often?
      We do not supply less than 10 trays per week.

      If you are only looking for small quantities you can buy from the Bryanston Organic Market – http://www.bryanstonorganicmarket.co.za – they trade on Thursdays and Saturdays from 9am – 3pm – they also carry a wide range of Organic foods and vegetables.

      If you need larger quantities – The way we work is that you tell me how many eggs you want per week and I will place chickens for your needs.
      It will take about 2 months for the birds to come into lay – and you can from then on, get your eggs. The birds will lay for about 60 weeks, and then we will have to place new birds.
      If this sounds like a feasible way of working – let me know and I will take it forward.
      You need to be sure of your quantities and needs as these eggs will be yours for the next 60 weeks.

      We charge R42 per tray of 30 eggs.

  23. tebogo says:

    Hei. I am interested in poultry farming. I want to start by selling eggs. How much is a box of double yoke and large. How many boxes can I get per week?

    • Chicken Man says:

      I know of no supplier that can guarentee double yolks – I would be very interested to know if someone does? Please see the above answer to how we sell our eggs.

  24. nelson says:

    Hi please send me price and contact details, I want to buy and resell eggs.

  25. Chicken Man says:

    We do not do fertilised chicken eggs – just eggs for eating. You do not need to buy fertilised free range eggs for starting a hatchery, or hatching you own free range hens or chickens – you can use any fertalised eggs – more important is to get the right breed of chicken for what you plan to do – broilers, layers or broiler breeding. The certain breeds also perform better and worse in certain climates.

  26. Samuel M. Kgwarapi says:

    I would like to buy fertilised eggs (1200 eggs). I need the eggs for incubation. Can i have them next week Friday i.e. 1st of September 2012? Also send me your location and telephone contacts.

  27. Kelebogile says:

    I would like to buy eggs for selling. How much do you sell your eggs and reeady to eat chicken

  28. Stephan says:

    Goo day. I want to incubate a 1000 fertile eggs every 6 weeks. Where can I buy Fertile chicken eggs in/around Pretoria? Any help will be appreciated!

  29. MPHO says:

    may you please send me prices and your contact details, i am intrested in buying eggs.

    thank you

  30. Keletso Kebakile says:

    I would like to purchase about 200 free range chickens at point of lay, and some 1000 fertilised eggs for incubation. do you have in stock at the moment? Where possible, i would also like to get some chickens ready for consumption. I would greatly appreciate it if you provide me with figures (price) for the above.

    Thanks.

  31. Sandra Bryce-Borthwick says:

    Gooday. Please advise what the maximum amount of free range egg trays you would be prepared to sell, if the eggs are double yoked and what the price is per tray. Many thanks.

  32. komako says:

    Dear sir/madam

    I’m komako a young guy from midrand and I what to start a business of buying n selling a fresh eggs so can you please email me your address and contact numbers and price per box.

    I thank you

  33. Chicken Man says:

    Hi,
    How many eggs do you need and how often?
    We do not supply less than 10 trays per week.

    If you are only looking for small quantities you can buy from the Bryanston Organic Market – www. bryanstonorganicmarket.co.za – they trade on Thursdays and Saturdays from 9am – 3pm – they also carry a wide range of Organic foods and vegetables.

    If you need larger quantities – The way we work is that you tell me how many eggs you want per week and I will place chickens for your needs.
    It will take about 2 months for the birds to come into lay – and you can from then on, get your eggs. The birds will lay for about 60 weeks, and then we will have to place new birds.
    If this sounds like a feasible way of working – let me know and I will take it forward.
    You need to be sure of your quantities and needs as these eggs will be yours for the next 60 weeks.

  34. Sibu says:

    Please give me your contact details and price for 80 eggs per week?

  35. Ra says:

    This is such a gem in our city!Thank you for making this possible for us. Where could I get pricing and collection?
    With thanks,

  36. ulrike says:

    Hello! I have been on the look out for TRUE free range eggs for ages! I am so excited to have found your farm! Pls could u send me your number to order eggs? Thnx

  37. ulrike says:

    Hello! I have been on the look out for TRUE free range eggs for ages! Am so excited to have found your farm! Pls could u send me a contact number to order eggs!

  38. SAMU GUMBIE says:

    Hallo, I would like to get pricing and also where to buy the eggs.

  39. Anesh Matadin says:

    hi
    can please can you email me your addrss & contact number . & price per box

    i am intrested in buying eggs

    tnahk you

  40. jeanene says:

    please could you give me a price on large eggs per box and where could i collect
    thanks

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