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Fairburn's Eggs

Fairburn Eggs

About Fairburn's Eggs

In 1951, Leslie Fairburn founded a poultry business with just £150 and 150 hens. Now L J Fairburn is one of the largest egg producers in the UK.

The farm has passed through three generations of the Fairburn family and is now headed up by Daniel Fairburn, grandson of the firm’s founder. “The birds are part of the family at Fairburn.” He said, “We rear each day old chick with great care; their welfare is paramount as they work hard for our business just like we do.”

As well as being free range and locally sourced, the eggs that L J Fairburn produces are certified by the Organic Food Federation and Freedom Food, which means they’re just as good for the hens as they are for you.

David says, “Supplying local stores like Lincolnshire Co-op is really important to us - it’s also a family tradition, as granddad first supplied the Co-op in the 1960s. It is a great pleasure to know that our very fresh free range eggs go straight from our local farm to the store for people to enjoy.

“We’re also proud to be donating one penny per dozen eggs sold to support the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance which is so important to the local community.”

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