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Eggs 12 Pack (700g), Mulloon Creek Natural Farm (Certified Organic & Biodynamic)

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MULLOON CREEK NATURAL FARM – HIGH QUALITY, BIODYNAMIC & ORGANIC PASTURE-RAISED EGGS.
**NOT RECOMMENDED FOR THROWING AT SENATORS**

Mulloon Creek Farm are what you call “True Free Range” with humane choices and certified both organic and biodynamic with Australian Certified Organic. There are several health food stores “claiming” their eggs are organic, but if it doesn’t carry the certification on the box, then it hasn’t been tested or confirmed. We’ve sourced the high quality, certified organic, pasture-raised eggs laid by free-ranging hens. They also practice biodynamic pastures and strive to produce nutrient dense food that is free of all synthetic chemicals that other farms use in the process. There are not too many egg producers who can claim they’re both organic and biodynamic.

At Mulloon Creek Natural Farms they manage their land holistically and incorporate several regenerative land management techniques to help build a productive and resilient landscape.

Becoming the best at what they do has generated a profitable and sustainable farm that produces nutritionally dense, healthy food with all profits ploughed back into The Mulloon Institute to fund its work into landscape rehydration and regeneration.

Regenerative Farmers

There are many different techniques and tools available to help regenerative farmers in making decisions. 

At Mulloon Creek Natural Farms they base their decisions on 'conscious based thinking' which involves flexibility in their approach and awareness of what's happening in the landscape and the biology that they influence. 

Extract from Mulloon Creek Farms

“We use Allan Savory's holistic planned grazing which tests all decisions against an overarching vision. This enables us to incorporate organic practices and biodynamic principles to improve the productive capacity of the land and the people and communities it supports. 

The key to driving all of these processes and inputs is water. Using Peter Andrews’ natural sequence farming techniques we are restoring multiple series of highly absorbent mini wetlands known as ‘chains of ponds’ that capture and store water in the landscape.

Understanding and observing the complex processes in nature enables us to listen to the landscape when deciding where and what type of production enterprises are best. Our current animal enterprises include poultry (eggs), beef, pork and goats, and we adapt these farming practices to suit the landscape and find the best way to convert nature's outputs into production.”

Mulloon Creek Natural Farms - Organic Agriculture

"Our farms are Certified Organic with Australian Certified Organic (ACO).

"Organic Agriculture is a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects. Organic Agriculture combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promote fair relationships and a good quality of life for all involved." – IFOAM Organics International

As organic farmers we avoid artificial or synthetic inputs in our farming system and adopt a more holistic perspective by encouraging and working with diversity. Organic agriculture is anchored in a contemporary, natural, scientific worldview. 

Biodynamic Agriculture

"Our pastures are Certified Biodynamic with Australian Certified Organic (ACO).

Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food, and nutrition. The principles and practices of biodynamics can be applied anywhere food is grown, with thoughtful adaptation to scale, landscape, climate, and culture.” – Biodynamics Association

As biodynamic farmers we apply biodynamic compost and field preparations to our farming system using natural mineral and animal inputs often found onsite. This increases biological function and results in far greater water, mineral, plant and animal cycling, leading to more productive and resilient soils and healthier eco-systems. Combining these inputs with the rhythms of the planets and constellations makes for healthier animals and plants and allows us to produce more nutrient dense food with richer food flavours and enhanced nutrition for the consumer."

Happy Hens @ Mulloon Creek Farms

"At Mulloon Creek Natural Farms we’ve been giving our hens the best life we can since we began producing organic free-range eggs in 2004.

We keep less than 250 birds per hectare* so our lucky hens have more space than many free-range operations. The Australian Government's free-range maximum is 10,000 birds per hectare while the organic standard is 1500 birds per hectare.

We run cattle through each paddock before a new chicken flock goes in, to keep the grass down and add fertility to the soil. The birds love scratching around in the manure for tasty bugs, spreading it across the paddock as natural fertiliser as they go.

Our chooks eat a diet of organic feed, shell grit and water, and forage for beetles, worms and grasses in the paddock. Their food and water is placed outside the sheds so they have to go outside to eat. No sitting inside all day for these birds!

After a day of roaming free in their paddocks our hens return to their mobile hen houses to roost safely away from foxes. The purpose-built sheds are used for shelter, roosting and egg-laying and are moved to fresh pasture regularly. The sheds have open bottoms above the ground, so the hens are never locked up.

Our flocks are made up of ISA Brown and Australorp breeds that are constantly under the watchful eye of their Maremma guardian dogs who are specially bonded to each flock to guard and protect them."

Nutrition & Health Benefits

"Our eggs are Certified Organic with Australian Certified Organic and our farms are accredited as ‘True Free Range’ with Humane Choice.

People who buy our eggs usually care about their health and want nutrient dense food that tastes great. They also care about animal welfare and sustainability and the prestige that comes from buying a quality product.

When we discovered that nutritional labels on egg cartons only analyse the prepared feed and completely ignore the foraged food we decided to investigate further. 

We had our eggs analysed by an independent Australian Government authority and found super high Omega 3 levels and better Omega 3:6 ratios than most other eggs. This is due to the diversity of bugs, insects and plants our hens are able to eat in our biodynamic pastures, and its the plants they eat (including weeds) that give the yolks a super yellow colour."

How to Maximise the Shelf Life of your Organic Eggs

  • To maximise shelf life keep them refrigerated at all times.
  • Eggs will last much longer when they are stored in the main body of the fridge still in their carton and not in the egg rack at the top of the fridge.
  • Eggs should be discarded if left out for more than 2 hours at room temperature as bacteria can grow rapidly
  • To further extend the shelf life of your eggs, freeze them but NOT in their shells.
  • To freeze whole eggs: (1) Remove eggs from their shells; (2) Pierce yolks and gently mix in 1/2 teaspoon of salt for every one cup of raw eggs (if using eggs for main dishes) or 1 tablespoon of sugar (if using for baking or desserts); (3) Place in covered airtight containers or heavy-duty freezer bags and freeze.
  • Raw eggs will last approximately 10-12 months in the freezer but must be kept constantly frozen at zero degrees.
  • Hard boiled eggs will generally remain safe to eat or one week in the fridge. Freezing hard boiled eggs is not recommended.
  • If your raw egg has gone bad it will have a very flat yolk and the white will be runny and watery.

A Trip to Mulloon Creek Farm

Tony Coote believes his eggs are the best on the planet. When you see his 12,000 chickens and the way they are managed you may also agree. Commercial Battery Chicken Farms should look at this video clip to realise his eggs attract premium prices because his chickens lay the sort of eggs that consumers want, rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.

Where do you deliver perishables and produce?

We delivery to Sydney Metro, including North, East, South and West.
See our "delivery zones" map at the bottom of www.biohax.com.au for more detailed information. Please contact us direct if you're not sure if your area is covered - 0467 221 791.

How Will My Order Be Shipped?

There are 4 scenarios outlined below in which your order could be shipped via 3 different transport methods. This will depend on the products you order (perishable or non-perishable) and if you’re delivery address is located in a major city or regional area. FREE shipping is also available for orders over $100.

PURCHASING SNAPSHOT


Once you establish the mix of products you’re intending to purchase the following will apply.

Note: shipping costs will automatically calculate in the cart section (if you’re not sure of what a perishable, non-perishable or dry good consists of, please see "product categories explained" below):

  1. Are you ordering only Non-Perishables and/or dry goods (NO fresh produce) and live in a major city or metropolitan area?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Sendle. Costs are outlined in more detail below, but the average cost is up to $6.50 for 500g and $11.80 for 2kg. If your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. Your products will be dispatched the following business day from payment of your order between Monday – Friday, a confirmation email will be sent followed by a tracking number when the courier has collected your items. We ship Australia-wide and international.

  2. Are you ordering only Non-perishables and/or dry goods (NO fresh produce) and live in a regional, remote or international areas?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Australia Post. Costs are outlined in more detail below, but average between $8.30 up to 500g and $25 for 2kg. If your order is over $100 and you’re in Australia, there is no delivery fee charged. If your located overseas there will be a delivery fee regardless of the size of the order. Your products will be dispatched the following business day from payment of your order between Monday – Friday, a confirmation email will be sent followed by a tracking number when the courier has collected your items. We ship Australia-wide and international.

  3. Are you ordering Perishables Only (fresh produce + broth) and live in the designated delivery Sydney Metro zones?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Biohax Australia – see our delivery zones map at the bottom of our home page www.biohax.com.au to see if your location is covered. There is a flat fee of $10 for delivery, however if your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. If you’re ordering just fruit and vegetables, there is a minimum order of $30. If you are ordering just broth there is a minimum order of quantity 3 or $30. Dispatch will be on the day you nominate in the shipping details and a confirmation email will be sent. Please give clear and precise instructions for delivery.

  4. Are you ordering a mix of Perishables (fresh produce & broth) + non-perishables + dry goods and live in the designated delivery Sydney Metro zones?
    If yes, your order will be shipped via Biohax Australia – see our delivery zones map at the bottom of our home page www.biohax.com.au to see if your location is covered. There is a flat fee of $10 for delivery, however if your order is over $100 there is no delivery fee charged. If you’re ordering just fruit and vegetables, there is a minimum order of $30. If you are ordering just broth there is a minimum order of quantity 3 or $30. Dispatch will be on the day you nominate in the shipping details and a confirmation email will be sent. Please give clear and precise instructions for delivery.

Product Categories Explained:

Non-Perishables = essential oils, beauty and cooking oils, raw minerals and supplements

Dry goods = herbs, spices, coffee

Perishables = vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs, F&G boxes, stock broth and liquid broth

SHIPPING IN DETAIL

We understand once a customer makes a purchase they want their products shipped as soon as possible. In order to accommodate this expectation, non-perishable orders and dry goods will be dispatched Monday-Friday all over Australia with a tracking number provided through either Sendle for major cities or Australia post for regional areas. ETA for non-perishables and dry goods will be between 2-7 days depending on your location.

Perishables (broth + fresh produce) will be dispatched Monday to Sunday, but only within the designated Sydney Metropolitan areas at this stage. ETA for perishables will be within 24-48 hours (or on the date specified by you in your order details) and non-perishables/dry goods can be included to be delivered by Biohax Australia.

What if the allocated delivery times don’t suit?

If the allocated times don’t suit when placing your order, no problem, just call us on 0467 221 791 to see what else we can work out for you.

What if I’m a wholesale buyer?

If you’re a wholesale buyer, you will need to email lisa@biohax.com.au for pricing.

Can I request to sign for my order?

Please advise if you would like to physically sign for your package and we will ensure the driver does not leave your order until it has been signed. This information is acquired during the checkout process, before payment, under “delivery instructions”.  We also ship to PO boxes by only if shipping is via Australia Post. If you would like to sign for your order and it’s being shipped via Australia Post, there is an additional $2 service fee.

Note: if you request for your order to be signed on delivery and no one is home to sign when the courier arrives, we are unable to take responsibility for any items that have spoiled as a result of being returned to our third-party transport company.

If it is perishable items (fresh produce & broth), we prefer not to leave it outside for more than an hour and recommend having someone home; friend, neighbour or family member to sign for it.

Shipping Table for Sendle 

Shipping Table for Australia Post 

Shipping Details for BioHax Australia

Once you have paid for your perishables only or mixed non-perishables and perishables, there will be a small, flat fee of $10.00 inc GST charged for delivery. Free shipping for orders $100. If you’re a wholesale buyer, you will need to email lisa@biohax.com.au for pricing.

You will then receive an email notification from BioHax to confirm your order and receipt.

If there is a problem with your order (i.e. no stock or delivery related), we will contact you direct via mobile.

The following morning, we will pick, pack and ship your order “fresh” to your nominated doorstep.

We have allocated time slots for delivery 5-days a week as follows:

Wednesday-Friday: 5am-9pm

Saturday–Sunday: 8am-8pm (special deliveries can also occur on weekends outside these time slots if required. Please email your request to lisa@biohax.com.au)

You will be notified via SMS or phone call as to when the driver is 30mins-1 hour away from delivering your order.

We recommend someone to be home for perishable deliveries to ensure quality is maintained. This could be a neighbour, friend, family or work colleague nominated in the delivery instructions before you pay at the checkout.

Delivery will take place within 24-48 hours or on the date specified in your delivery instructions.

**SEE OUR DELIVERY ZONES MAP ON THE HOME PAGE, SCROLL DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF WWW.BIOHAX.COM.AU TO CHECK YOUR LOCATION - WE DELIVER TO THE INNER WEST, INNER CITY AND EASTERN SUBURBS**

 


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