UpsideDown Eggs come from free range, pasture-raised hens on the Southern Oregon Coast, just outside of Coos Bay, Oregon. These hens are happy, which results in much tastier eggs!
Brothers Dane and Troy Kapande take the welfare of their hens seriously – each bird has a minimum of 108 square feet of outdoor space to roam and live a natural life. Their housing is also regularly moved to provide constant fresh pasture land for foraging grubs, bugs and insects. (Note: antibiotics are never used on egg-producing chickens, so there’s no need to worry about that!)