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Asda15 Free Range Eggs only £2.00

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
The £2.00 free range eggs are back! I bought them in store today and they are also online. There is no picture on the website, so I can't help there... They come from Stonegate Farmers, and heck.. you know what an egg looks like.
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#1
If this is at Asda, it would help if you put "Asda" in your heading, please. :)

Unfortunately, many of us are nowhere near an Asda store!
#2
Good post - I'll try to pick some up tomorrow!

Heat duly added, but no rep simply because you asked for it (which bugs me slightly).
[Moderator]#3
heat added for free range eggs.
1 Like #4
[SIZE="5"][COLOR="Purple"]sorry you couldn't post a picture of an egg
here is a picture of an egg for you
you also asked for heat and rep - sorry cant supply the rep but heres some heat[/COLOR]
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#5
holly100
[SIZE="5"][COLOR="Purple"]sorry you couldn't post a picture of an egg
here is a picture of an egg for you[/COLOR]
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lol... rep added for humour value :thumbsup:
#6
I got some of these the other day. They're labelled 'British' eggs, but before anyone gets too excited, they're also labelled 'mixed weight'. If the ones I got are anything to go by, this means 'no fixed size' or 'quite small'!
#7
renard
If this is at Asda, it would help if you put "Asda" in your heading, please. :)

Unfortunately, many of us are nowhere near an Asda store!


Wow, sorry... Asda added to heading
#8
They also have the same deal in Sainsburys at the moment.
#9
Faythur
They also have the same deal in Sainsburys at the moment.


I think the Sainsburys ones might be free range too I can't quite remember.

angof
#10
renard


Unfortunately, many of us are nowhere near an Asda store!


And is that the posters issue that you live no where near a store???? NO....
#11
Same deal at Tescos ('cept Glenrath is the brand)

... if the deal is on at all the major suppliers is it really a deal ;-)
#12
Yes, same deal on at Tesco.
Picked some up on Friday
#13
Sorry, can't vote hot as I can get 12 large free range eggs from my butchers for £1.56. However, appreciate this is very cheap for a supermarket and so won't vote cold either !!
#14
jkofnottingham
Sorry, can't vote hot as I can get 12 large free range eggs from my butchers for £1.56. However, appreciate this is very cheap for a supermarket and so won't vote cold either !!


LOL, I can get 12 straight out of my back garden for nothing although it takes the hens a few days to make 12 at this time of year.

I'll add heat here, although the eggs are quite small. Although we all know what eggs look like, the size would be a useful addition to the description.
#15
hot from me thanks OP ..
#16
Heat added, many thanks
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jkofnottingham
Sorry, can't vote hot as I can get 12 large free range eggs from my butchers for £1.56. However, appreciate this is very cheap for a supermarket and so won't vote cold either !!


Aye same here I get a dozen large eggs for £1.25 from teh chicken farmer who has the chickens out where you can see them being free range. Even if you live in a city you can usually find somewhere on the outskirts that will sell you top quality eggs for less than the supermarkets and you might just help them stay in business.

Saying that chickens soon.....
#18
Ultra cold

Cheaper from both of our local farm shops, and from our local butchers.
#19
Helgrrr
Aye same here I get a dozen large eggs for £1.25 from teh chicken farmer who has the chickens out where you can see them being free range. Even if you live in a city you can usually find somewhere on the outskirts that will sell you top quality eggs for less than the supermarkets and you might just help them stay in business.

Saying that chickens soon.....


Seconded

Have some rep
#20
I have 5 laying chickens in my back garden so dont need to buy eggs but will its still cheap if lik eme nowhere close sell free range eggs and you cant drive. Everyone should keep a chicken or too then it wud be cheaper altogeather! You really dont need that much space i have a huge shed and run but was looking online and thesmall lil huts they sell n say they can fit in 5 is amazoning! i wud be able to fit in about 30 in mine!
#21
Angof
I think the Sainsburys ones might be free range too I can't quite remember.

angof


Tesco have the same deal too, bought 15 free range last night £2.00 so its not much of a deal
if everyone is doing it????:thinking:
#22
tell me more about keeping chichens.
are they noisy?
#23
who cares if threy are free range... an egg is an egg!
1 Like #24
scudz
who cares if threy are free range... an egg is an egg!


Thankfully many people do care, apart from the fact that free range eggs taste immeasurably better than battery chicken eggs, people also have a conscience about how farm animals are treated.
#25
scudz
who cares if threy are free range... an egg is an egg!

How can you say that,have you seen the way these poor birds are treated.

I for 1 care about if they are free range or not....I would NEVER buy eggs from caged hens,its disgusting how they are treated,if there was only eggs from caged hens around I would rather not eat eggs at all.....
#26
Hot. Thanks:thumbsup:
#27
Biker Jeff
Thankfully many people do care, apart from the fact that free range eggs taste immeasurably better than battery chicken eggs, people also have a conscience about how farm animals are treated.


there's a difference between commercial free range ( which the supermarkets use ) and small holding / back garden free range. We live a field away from a 12000 chicken free range egg production unit , the chickens are very rarely out and when they are they are only in a small electric fenced muddy field. They are fed automatically with feed containing antibiotics , colourants etc.

There is still pecking orders and some of the hens are injured thro fighting.

..... and they are all slaughtered after 13 months.
#28
If you are unlikely to need 15 eggs they have their packs of 6 Free Range on offer at 97p too.
#29
gazthejambo
tell me more about keeping chichens.
are they noisy?



we have chickens and the eggs are great,
no they are pretty quiet, get the odd one will make noise for few minutes after laying a egg. my neightbours didnt know i had them till a few mths later and that was by my kids telling her.
u need check your deeds though on your house,and i checked with the council, i own mine but some houses around me are council houses.
here here to keeping chickens.
shout me ifu want more help ill try nswer the best i can
#30
Ozzie
there's a difference between commercial free range ( which the supermarkets use ) and small holding / back garden free range. We live a field away from a 12000 chicken free range egg production unit , the chickens are very rarely out and when they are they are only in a small electric fenced muddy field. They are fed automatically with feed containing antibiotics , colourants etc.

There is still pecking orders and some of the hens are injured thro fighting.

..... and they are all slaughtered after 13 months.


There's a video floating round the 'net showing one of the "chicken farms" that supply KFC.
Needless to say, I havent been to KFC since watching the video :x

I would post the link, but the Mods being what they are on here would take huge glee in removing it :roll:
#31
scudz
who cares if threy are free range... an egg is an egg!



That is so not true, supermarket eggs are tastless free range ones look and taste totally different. Worlds apart.
#32
gazthejambo
tell me more about keeping chichens.
are they noisy?


No they aren't and they are fun and three chickens will prob give you enough eggs to be giving some away :thumbsup:
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Biker Jeff
Thankfully many people do care, apart from the fact that free range eggs taste immeasurably better than battery chicken eggs, people also have a conscience about how farm animals are treated.


Too true. The taste is much better with free range. But the difference between eggs from your own hens and shop bought free range is just as big.

Eggs from own hens>>>>>>>>>shop bought free range>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>getting beaten up and mugged>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>battery hen eggs
#34
I know their not free range but Iceland has 15 eggs for £1.25.

Not gonna vote on this either way.
suspended#35
Keeping your own hens has an initial outlay of housing them. We bought a shed and converted it with reject wood from a local timber merchant.

We've got 4 hens and they're lovely. Make sure you don't get a cockerel, THOSE are the noisy ones. They'll also fertilise eggs from your hens so you'll have chicks to contend with as well.

The eggs are so creamy, full of colour and stand really proud in the frying ran. None of this fighting to keep the white intact nonsense. We've had a good few double yolkers and even a triple! Look up keeping you own chickens on google, there's loads of good sites.
#36
mine are not noisey at all only if they know that your out there to let them out in run! I converted my old wooden play house, then with wood made perches and old stacking boxes for nesting..so didnt cost me anything to set up! You could look out for a old small shed even ask freecyle...

I rescued my hens from a free range farm as was going to get slaughtered for a £1 donation. Best thing i did in a long time. If i whisk my eggs and make a batter mix its yellowy orange colour as my yolks so colourful...plus the yolks dont break and stay togeather when i have a fried egg.
#37
RickT
And is that the posters issue that you live no where near a store???? NO....



Did I say it was?

I was simply - and politely - suggesting that the OP might put the store name in the heading, so that those of us who unfortunately are nowhere near an Asda would know at once that it was not for us.

You may note that the OP agreed with me, and has added Asda to the heading. That's the way things are done, friendly and polite. Thanks, OP. :)

Jeez, some of the whingers on here! Always wanting to pick an argument! :x
#38
While egg-minded people are on this thread - we would love to hear of anyone within reasonable distance of Hedge End, Southampton, who keeps their own hens and sells their surplus eggs.

As has been said, supermarket eggs simply cannot compete with such quality.

We have been looking for years, without success.

Hope someone can help us - please! :thumbsup:

(You can PM me if you'd rather not broadcast it too widely!)
1 Like #39
I buy my free range from the lady that runs the local cattery. They are £2.00 a dozen, but free range cat eggs are really rare, so I reckon that is a good deal.....
#40
debbie26pet

shout me ifu want more help ill try nswer the best i can


I live pretty rural and we have foxes in the area. How much of a worry/obstacle would that be?

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