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Where the best eggs are made

 
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Nice setup for an operation his size.  He does need some more shade trees, as Australia gets some brutal summer heat.
 
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Ya it looked a bit dry in the video
 
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If we MUST mass produce eggs (and I guess we must) then this is a great way to do it.  I am very picky about my eggs that is why I raise my own egg layers.  But I would buy his eggs and feel good about it.
 
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