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True free range

By cb60 29 May 2007 43

“Ingebra” is a small farm in Burra , 20 minutes from Canberra and is the home of 100 happy thriving free range chickens. They are now 7 weeks old so around September will be laying their first eggs. Egg lovers who insist on true free range chickens are now invited to make orders for a limited supply available in Spring 2007. They will be delivered within 24 hours of being laid
in recycled cartons. A maximum of 40 dozen will be available each week while on the lay. People will be invited to come out and meet our chickens.

So if you love chickens and their eggs you can make contact by email cmeany-AT-bigpond.com

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cb60 10:55 pm 17 Sep 08

Thanks Ant. I know about the girls in Burra, I met them briefly at the Kingston Markets
when they were new to the scene back when my mum was at the end of her time there.
I’m hoping we meet up again 🙂

ant 8:55 pm 17 Sep 08

The egg boxes of the Girls of … galway?! in Burra have reappeared at the Oaks Estate Groggery (they are in the fridge near the door, at the bottom.

cb60 7:44 pm 17 Sep 08

This is an update.

We don’t sell to individuals anymore because all of the eggs go to
Zucchero in Manuka and Du Jour in New Acton.

We still sell at top price to a handful of individuals but as
we are such a small farm and prefer it that way we will never have
enough to satisfy demand.

However! We will be selling chickens, beautiful layers who have plenty
more years of laying life left in them. As I don’t want them to go t
neglectful homes- I’d rather they be eaten than that- I will be selling
the girls for 12 dollars each with 4 dollars from the sale of each chicken
going to the Eden Monaro cancer support group.

The chickens are up for sale in Dec 2008 and will be advertised in the Canberra
Times or go to my website at http://www.ingebra.com and make contact.

Thanks.

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