We're always looking for ways to keep our girls happy and recently commissioned research from University of Bristol to better understand chickens. This will inform ways we can continue to improve the playhouses and general welfare conditions we provide for our hens:   Have a read of some of the research highlights here http://thehappyegg.co.uk/happy-eggs-from-happy-and-intelligent-hens/

We're always looking for ways to keep our girls happy and recently commissioned research from University of Bristol to better understand chickens. This will inform ways we can continue to improve the playhouses and general welfare conditions we provide for our hens: Have a read of some of the research highlights here http://thehappyegg.co.uk/happy-eggs-from-happy-and-intelligent-hens/

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One of our hens enjoying the winter snow  this morning
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Some of our girls out enjoying foraging around in the bushes on our happy eggs farmer Patrick's farm

Some of our girls out enjoying foraging around in the bushes on our happy eggs farmer Patrick's farm

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Some of our girls braving the cold weather conditions

Some of our girls braving the cold weather conditions

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Some of our girls enjoying the slightly milder days, foraging around in the foliage

Some of our girls enjoying the slightly milder days, foraging around in the foliage

Our girls love their playhouses

Our girls love their playhouses

One of our girls out exploring the farm last week and enjoying the sunshine

One of our girls out exploring the farm last week and enjoying the sunshine

Our girls love exploring their farms and foraging around for some extra treats

Our girls love exploring their farms and foraging around for some extra treats

Today is National Poultry Day - a day especially for our girls!   Here's a photo of them celebrating and enjoying the March sunshine

Today is National Poultry Day - a day especially for our girls! Here's a photo of them celebrating and enjoying the March sunshine

Our girls love a dustbath. Starting with some wing-shaking, head rubbing, bill-raking and scratching with their legs, followed by a good old shake to remove the dust. This helps keep their feathers and plumage healthy and our girls happy.

Our girls love a dustbath. Starting with some wing-shaking, head rubbing, bill-raking and scratching with their legs, followed by a good old shake to remove the dust. This helps keep their feathers and plumage healthy and our girls happy.

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