Happy hens. Delicious eggs. Naturally-raised, superior quality
Currently, in Vietnam, industrial production is prioritized. We aim to become the leading pioneer in the farm animal welfare industry in Vietnam and to replicate this model across Southeast Asia.
We aim for the humane treatment of farm animals for happier hens and better eggs. We provide farmer training and raise awareness on responsible consumption to large corporates and consumers.
HealthyFarm eggs are happily raised by healthy hens in the humane free-range farms and then carefully selected and handled by our farm partners. The final product is packaged in boxes of 12 eggs, convenient for one-week consumption. The box is made of recycled paper so that our consumers can be eco-friendly when purchasing the product.
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Our humane farms raise egg-laying hens in an ideal environment so they can freely practice their natural behaviors such as nesting, perching, dust-bathing, and foraging.
Our feed is made of natural ingredients such as vegetables, corn poweder and selected protein from fish. No growth promoters and antibiotics are allowed in the feed.
This is how they ensure the feather is clean and remove skin parasites and excess oil. The hard steel cages are not suitable for dustbathing, but as a habit the hens still try to dust off on the steel floor of cages.
Foraging is a key element of the normal behaviour of hens. Hens perform foraging behaviours even when feed is freely available in feed troughs, demonstrating an instinctive motivation to forage for food.
Hens have an instinctive need to lay their eggs in a quiet, secluded area. Scientific evidence shows that laying eggs in cages put hens in pain and anguish. Nesting boxes in our farms be kept in a discreet place and regularly cleaned to ensure hygiene standard for eggs.
Just as humans like to sleep in bed, so do hens like to find a comfortable place to sleep. This is an instinctive behavior born of the need for chickens to protect themselves from predators. Perches are important for hens to maintain bone mass and firmness.
It is important to ensure biosecurity standard at our farms to help the hens stay healthy. In this biosecurity area before entering the chicken area, farmers will put on clean clothes with shoes dedicated to the purpose of feeding and watering the chickens. Here they also will wash their hands before and after farm chores.
After being collected from the nesting boxes, eggs are brought to the egg handling room. Here they will be seperated to the dirty eggs and clean eggs and then go through several steps which are dry cleaning, candling and grading. Then eggs are packaged in boxes of 12 eggs or in trays of 30 eggs and stored at the room temperature.