Friday, May 17, 2013

What really in our food (Eggs)

Report about Eggs

They put six hens per cage. The cage is on an angle so

that the eggs can roll down. Because if they roll down it will make their job easier. If they don’t roll down it will be hard for them to grab the eggs.

Free range hens live differently to other hens.They get to flap their wings, run around, stretch, and eat grass and chicken feed.

Fact; Did you know that New Zealanders can eat up to 920,000,000 eggs per year?  The eggs come mostly from caged hens.

Fact; Did you know cooked eggs has more protein than raw eggs and the protein is mostly in the yolk.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Lorenzo,
    This was a very informative piece of writing on eggs. It also shows you did research to complete this report. Keep up the good work.