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 Post subject: Australian regulator defines free range egg standard
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Australian regulator defines free range egg standard
http://www.poultryworld.net/Eggs/Articl ... g_standard

New guidance for free-range egg producers has been provided by the Australian government ahead of the launch of new National information Standards rules that come into force in April.

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That is great news
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I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into


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I think free range is the go with no $$ overheads for farmers and improved health for the chooks and the fact the eggs priced will fall to record lows wee. wee. wee. wee.

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darren.t wrote:
I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into

Yes yes I agree darls good_post! hun :-D

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andrewschookz wrote:
darren.t wrote:
I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into

Yes yes I agree darls good_post! hun :-D

Good points raised there than657

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darren.t wrote:
I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into

Yes yes they are and maybe increase the number in each cage by 1 or 2

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Squeaker wrote:
darren.t wrote:
I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into

Yes yes they are and maybe increase the number in each cage by 1 or 2

or 3 seems just enough room

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Olivia N wrote:
Squeaker wrote:
darren.t wrote:
I think they are better off in small cages as they are now i_like1 its what they know and are born into

Yes yes they are and maybe increase the number in each cage by 1 or 2

or 3 seems just enough room

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