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Grounded by the Farm

Mar 31, 2021

It's the sage ol' question that continues to perplex us - which came first? The chicken or the egg? For farmers like Dianne McComb it's the care of hens that deliver the incredible, edible egg! So both stay front and center! McComb farms with her brother in Ontario, Canada fostering the legacy four generations have crafted.

Taking care of thousands of hens means a lot of time with eggs and Dianne shares with us her tips on all things eggs. And she answers lots of our questions! 

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