Our eggs are from pastured, well-fed, free-roaming chickens and ducks, with access to grassy yards and pastures, full of bugs and greens, as well as sunshine, fresh water, and our breezy trade winds. They usually enjoy fruits, veggies, and greens, in addition to their regular feed.
Eggs are a seasonal product. Spring and Summer months offer the longest days and most egg availability. Fall and Winter days are much shorter, and eggs are more scarce than during the warmer seasons. During these cooler and shorter days, most chickens go through a molting season, during which they lose old feathers and grow new ones. This molting process takes a lot of extra energy and nutrients, so the birds usually lack the additional resources needed to produce eggs. During this time, egg availability can be minimal.