Our commitments to health

Safety is the most important thing to eat eggs especially when eggs are considered as the source of nutrition for children and pregnant women!

Genuine: All products originate from the Farmer Park in Xintian Town without any additives and hormone! Breeding complies strictly with standards of cage free in the ecological forest.

Cage free: Fed in cages with bad environment and little exercise, chickens are more likely to fall ill, which is followed by medicine feeding and injection, resulting in remaining antibiotics in eggs. After people eat such eggs, drug-resistant bacteria will arise in human bodies and do damage to human health!

Fodder-free: Fodders are often added with additives such as hormone and pigment which will do damage to human health, because hormone can cause prematurity and abnormal characters of children while harmful additives would result in infertility and cancerization. Instead, folder-free eggs are healthy and taste better.

Varieties of eggs in the Farm Park

Green-shell black-bone chicken egg

A green-shell black-bone chicken is one of the five-black chickens similar to pheasants, figuring “five black and one green” namely black fur, black skin, black meat, black bone and black viscera as well as entire greenish eggshell. The green-shell egg is rich in microelements and has six times the organic calcium content of a common egg while the content of cholesterol in it is quite low to only one third of that in a common egg. Thus, it is praised as “ginseng in eggs” for its quite high nutrition value. For pregnant women, the green-shell dark egg can effectively relieve such symptoms as prenatal inappetence, dyspepsia, nausea and vomit, improve sleep quality, accelerate nutrient absorption and the healthy growth of the fetus; for children, it can promote growth and improve memory, intelligence and immune function; for middle-aged and elderly people, it is conductive to lowering blood glucose and softening blood vessels. Meanwhile, it has great effect on longevity.

Imperial concubine chicken egg

An imperial concubine chicken is also called royal chicken and British royal chicken. It is endowed with good looks-an attractive cockscomb similar to phoenix crown and black and white feathers. Eggs laid by concubine chickens are preferred by British royals as tonic. The concubine chicken only feeds on coarse cereals, worms and grass and generally lays one egg every two days averagely with an egg laying interval of 150 days. The egg is rich in 17 amino acids, over 10 microelements and multivitamins required by human while the content of selenium and zinc in such an egg is 3~5 times as much as that in a common egg. It is considered as the optimal rare poultry for food therapy currently.

Gallus domesticus egg

Gallus domesticus is also known as silky fowl and black-bone chicken, featuring white feather and naturally jet-black skin, muscle, bone and the majority of viscera. It is called “rare poultry for food therapy” with quite high medicine value and used for producing Wuji Baifeng pills. The gallus domesticus egg is rich in linoleic acid and linolenic acid, especially rich in DHA that can promote healthy development of brain neural system and visual system of infants; at the same time, the content of cholesterol in the egg is low to only one-fifth of that in a common egg, which can effectively lower the level of triglyceride and cholesterol in blood. In addition, the egg is rich in multiple microelements and vitamin E which can slow down the process of aging, reduce the deposit of lipofucin in tissues and contribute to curbing the presence of atherosclerosis, inflammations and tumors. In especial, it applies to complexion improvement and postpartum recovery of women as well as effectively improving immunity of the organism and reducing damage of harmful substance to human bodies. It is praised as “DHA in eggs”.

Guinea fowl egg

Guinea fowl, also called Guinea bird, has colorful feathers, i.e. blue-brown bottom feathers covered with a cluster of white dots in the shape of pearls, thereby enjoying the laudatory title of “Guinea fowl” and the reputation of animal ginseng. Guinea flow egg in the shape of taper is small in figure but rich in nutrition. Egg yolk is tender but solid and with wild fragrance. Egg white is rich in gloea without raw taste of common eggs. As its shell is twice as thick as common egg shell, the egg is not broken easily and with rich amino acid required by human body. Meanwhile, it contains quantities of inorganic salts and microelements as well as vitamins more than twice the content in a common egg. Eating such egg for a long time has dramatic food therapy effect on tuberculosis, sphagitis, asthma, leukopenia, neurasthenia and spermatism. It serves as the best tonic for the old, pregnant women, children, students and athletes.

Noble chickens are fed on worms and grass; one egg is a priceless treasure.

Noble and extraordinary

All cage-free chickens in the garden are sprung from noble ancestors. The green-shell black-bone chicken has “five black and one green” namely black fur, black skin, black meat, black bone and black viscera as well as entire greenish egg shell; the guinea fowl has colorful feathers i.e. blue-brown bottom feathers covered with a cluster of white dots in the shape of pearls; the imperial concubine chicken is endowed with good looks-an attractive cockscomb similar to phoenix crown and black and white feathers, thus famous as British royal chicken; the gallus domesticus is covered with white feathers, naturally jet-black skin, muscle, bone and the majority of viscera, known as rare poultry for food therapy.

Cage-free fed in the forest of the garden, natural, safe and pollution-free

Cage-free chickens grow wild, fed on coarse cereals, worms and grass. A cage-free chicken generally lays one high-quality egg every two days averagely with a long egg laying interval of about 150 days.

Dense egg white and bigger egg yolk with richer nutrition

Thanks to a long egg laying interval, each egg embodies dense egg white, greater egg yolk ratio and bright color. The content of lecithin in the eggs is far higher than that in a common egg. They are nutrient, natural and healthy from garden to table, keeping you away from pollution to enjoy the most delicious food as a gift from the nature.

Mellow egg fragrance and delicate egg white without raw taste

Cage-free chickens are fed on excellent and natural raw materials for a long period. Eggs emit natural fragrance instead of raw taste with egg white more tender and egg yolk more soft and delicate. Consequently, such eggs are more delicious, meeting the strict requirement of customers for taste.

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