Free Range Chicken Eggs

The newest addition to Miller Farms is the 600 Rhode Island Reds. This type of chicken lays exceptionally well and lay up to five eggs per week. They tend to lay, on average, extra large brown eggs. Rhode Island Red chickens are also known for their easy-going temperment which makes it a perfect Fall attraction on our Hay Ride Tours.

All of our chickens are free range and eat a healthy diet of grains, grass, and bugs. We have no cages and they are able to go inside and outside as they please. When chickens have the ability to move freely and eat what they want, they produce healthier and fresher eggs. When chickens are caged, they are force to eat certain foods and can not move around freely, which causes unnatural behaviors like feather plucking and pecking other chickens. Having free range chickens is a much more humane and healthier way to produce eggs.

We are beginning to produce and sell our Free Range Chicken eggs at our Direct Market and our Farmers Markets. Our eggs will be available for wholesale, soon.

If you have any questions, please call 301-399-5485 or 301-399-0168

5 comments to Free Range Chicken Eggs

  • Dana pezzuti

    Hi. I am interested in fresh farm eggs. Are they brown and will they be sold by the dozen? Thank you! Dana

  • Yvonne Lange

    I am interested in the extra large brown eggs.

    Let me know when they will be available.

  • Oh boy, it was my very first time to stop by the Miller Farms @ Pistcataway Road about this morning, when I happen to look for some vegetable plants for our backyard garden. Plenty of variety to choose from their nursery. Then after paying for my vegetable plants I then ask the teller, “ma’am where can I buy the home made ice cream?…” she said: on your left all the way to the last door. So what I did is also get a medium hotdog and enjoy them with my ice cream on the table outside, with a free fresh air. … I might check on for a tour one day to see those Rhode Island Red chickens if it is allowed for us customers to watch them on their chicken farms. Miller Farm is on my way back & forth to my work inside of Andrews Air Force Base. I’d like to thank that lady teller who watch my plants while I am enjoying my strawberry ice cream. Thank you, although I never got your name, I will see you again, can’t wait for another ice cream eh. ;)

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