Just looked at this email from a neighbor who purchased our eggs and shared it with her nephew who practices the Paleo Diet.
Here is a better picture:
So what makes the difference?
The “life” makes the difference. Within a few minutes after clinical death, the process of biological death begins. Bodies of living organisms begin to decompose shortly after death.
So for beginners, our chickens eat living organisms when possible. Not the dead, decomposed organisms that are humanly altered to maintain the appearance to be considered FEED.
Our eggs at the time of purchase are most likely a living, breathing organism capable of hatching given the right temperature and humidity.
Eggs from the store have been dead for weeks before you get your hands on them. Store bought eggs are legally required to be dead at the time of laying and by human intervention kept in a state of appearance that’s palatable.
So apart from all the nutrition science debates aside, consider the possibility of not eating the “decomposed and preserved” and see what happens to your body.