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

Check Out Our Videos at The Patch

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The Patch is based in College Park, Maryland, but made a special visit to Miller Farms to find out some of the things we do in Clinton. Check out the videos.

Planting Cabbage

College Park Farmer’s Markets

Anthony “Swamp Dog” Clark

We are proud and very excited to have Anthony “Swamp Dog” Clark and the Blues Allstars join us at Miller Farms for an afternoon full of blues and barbeque! He has performed and recorded with some of the best local and national blues acts.  Just recently, he made it to the semi-finals of the International Blues Challenge!  Please join us on Saturday, July 16 at 12:00 noon to hear the sounds of “blues with a funk edge.”

If you would like to find out more about Anthony “Swamp Dog” Clark and the Blues Allstars, please click here to visit their website.