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We believe the girls are happiest when they’re out on the pasture, but sometimes our farmers bring them into the barns to protect their health and safety. If you’re curious about why and when that happens, take a look at our FAQs. Don’t have a carton on hand but want to visit a farm? Check out our featured farm, Boone Creek.

The Vital Farms

We began as a single farm. As we grew, we didn’t make our farm bigger. Instead, we found more like-minded farmers who put the welfare of the animals first. Today, over 300 small family farms commit to our exacting standards and the farming practices that we believe are best for the hens and the land. For example, pasture rotation allows the girls to forage on a new section of healthy greens every 21 days, which lets the section behind them recover until they come back around again!

The Pasture Belt™

Vital Farms hens enjoy fresh air and sunshine in a region of the U.S. we call the Pasture Belt. Each of our small family farms thrives in this region, those warmer-weather states where the winters are mild, and the girls can nosh on native grasses year-round. Because we prefer to raise winter layers, not wear them!

Our Farmers

When it comes to producing food responsibly, Vital Farmers are outstanding in their fields and pastures. We’re proud to work with people as committed to animal welfare and ethical eating as we are. We support them with fair pay, in addition to resources and expert advice from our dedicated Farmer Support Team.