Native egg supply: Why is it hard to buy real native eggs now?
来自: 罗定生江原始蛋鸡养殖有限公司 浏览次数:222 2019-01-12From : Luoding Shengjiang Primitive Layer Chicken Breeding Co., Ltd.
Eating eggs , many people like to eat soil eggs , soil eggs are chicken eggs in the countryside, they all have this idea, natural things are good, so many people buy eggs are soil Eggs , but nowadays it ’s getting harder and harder to get them, let ’s ask them to tell you why it ’s hard to buy real eggs
1. An important reason is the lower yield of native eggs. Farmers who usually raise chickens in their own homes should know that if they have one or twenty chickens in their homes, they can basically only supply the demand for eggs from one family, and there is not much to sell. Moreover, farmers usually do not take care of the free-range chickens. They go out for food during the daytime, and come back at night to feed some rice or corn kernels, and then put them into cages. Sometimes they will return one or two at night after they are released during the daytime. The number of chickens cannot be guaranteed, and the time for laying eggs is also limited. Because of the variety, climate, and diet of native chickens, the time to lay eggs is only a few months. It is too cold or hot. Chickens do not lay eggs at this time, which will not meet the market demand at all. And there are fewer and fewer chicken farmers in the countryside, so it is very difficult to buy real native eggs in the countryside.
2. The origin of native eggs cannot be traced. Except for the native eggs brought back by cooked people from the countryside, other so-called native eggs, whether in supermarkets or farmers' markets, cannot be traced to specific sources, and the production of native eggs is limited. They can supply large industrial chains such as supermarkets. Many people do not need to Everyone knows that it is definitely not a pure ecological egg. Many of the eggs that farmers choose to sell on their own farms are of uneven quality, and they have not formed large-scale farming. They are also in short supply in terms of quantity supply, and it is difficult to gain a foothold under fierce market competition.