When you go to the grocery store to buy eggs, you’ll see terms on the cartons like “cage-free” and “free-range.” But most people don’t know the difference between the two. As it turns out, “cage-free” might mean that the chickens do not live in tiny cages, but they’ll still never get to go outside into the sunlight. “Free-range,” on the other hand, means that chickens are free to move around outside on their own volition.

When you see the chickens at the Otaika Valley Free Range farm in New Zealand go out for a stroll, you’ll never confuse these terms ever again!

Let’s support kind farmers like these by buying free-range eggs whenever possible. The chickens will appreciate it, too!

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