Blue Sky Family Farms 100+ Days of Eggs Easter Giveaway – ends 4/1 #EthicalEggs

Welcome to the Blue Sky Family Farms 100+ Days of Eggs Easter Giveaway!


Sponsored by: Blue Sky Family Farms
Hosted by: Bloggin’ Mamas

Easter is here and we’re here to tell you about Blue Sky Family Farms and their awesome giveaway for our wonderful followers! We’re so excited to team up with Bloggin’ Mamas and Blue Sky Family Farms for this fabulous giveaway. Blue Sky Family Farms is generously giving one lucky reader 100+ days of eggs, 1 dozen of eggs every week, for 14 weeks!! AMAZING!!!

The Blue Sky Family Farms brand, proudly presented by Egg Innovations, produces “Ethical Eggs for the Humane Race.”  Egg Innovations is the nation’s largest 100 percent Free Range and Pasture Raised egg company that believes in moving animal welfare forward and bringing family farming back.

Blue Sky Family Farms pledges to put chickens, people, and the planet first in every decision they make and every action they take. Their hens live naturally, in safe environments where they can forage, perch and nest, inside and outside the barn as they please. 100% free range and pasture raised so chickens can be free and do what they do, naturally.

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In addition to Blue Sky Family Farms having great tasting eggs, your families can feel good that your purchase supports Family Farmers in America as Egg Innovations provides some of the industries leading contract lengths and best financial returns for their partner farmers. Natural Grocers carries the Free Range Non-GMO Brown and Organic eggs in more than 100 stores in the Midwest, Southwest and Northwest regions. You can find them in Whole Foods and Fresh Thyme Farmers Markets, as well as other Natural Grocers around the U.S.


Buy it: You’ll find Blue Sky Family Farms Free Range and Pasture Raised Organic and Non-GMO Brown eggs at over 750 finer natural and grocery stores. FL, IL, IN,WI, OH, KY, IO, AL, GA, MS, NC, SC, AR, AZ, CO, ID, KS, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, TX, UT, WA, and WY.

Connect with Blue Sky Family Farms
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Now for the Giveaway!
One winner will receive one dozen of eggs for 14 weeks, $7 a dozen, $98 total value
Open to US residents only, 18 and up (please take note of where these are able to be purchased)
One entry per household, per IP address
Winner will be chosen randomly by the entry-form, winner will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen
Giveaway ends 4/1/2016 at 11:59pm ET

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  1. Unfortunately, these are not currently sold in my state. I do live in the country where I can purchase cage free eggs so it all works out. Congratulations to whoever wins!

  2. I think it is really awesome I have never had Free range eggs before

  3. My son just had a heart attack at 41 years old. He really needs to watch his diet. This is exactly the type of egg his doctor told him to eat. Thank you so much for sharing this.

  4. i think its just amazing that they are treating animals so good. Most farms don’t care how they live because they’re making money from the animals. its great to see farms making a change on how their animals are treated.

  5. sounds amazing. I love my chickens.

  6. I guess it’s good. I never really thought about it, or tried the product. It’s new to me.

  7. I love companies that strive to me humane to animals! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  8. Bryanna M says:

    I think any place that is ethical and chemical free is great!


    Once you’ve seen the inside of a battery hen ‘factory’, you’d never eat their eggs, or support that industry again. Horrific what so-called farmers do to these animals. Real farmers have an affinity with the land and the animals they raise.

  10. crystal warren says:

    I think it is great. I don’t look for this in eggs and chicken products but it is nice to have for sure

  11. Jennifer L.Rogers says:

    Organic is definitely the way to go! The Human Body does not know what to do with foreign substances when ingested and I believe all natural will keep us healthy and disease free!

  12. I try to buy to buy eggs that are ethically raised with no-gmo feed and antibiotics. I love that they are raised in pastures and not big warehouses like some chickens.

  13. Becky Romeos says:

    I think this is awesome!

  14. It’s great. Chickens are born free.

  15. We love the idea of incorporating more organic, happy products in our meals.

  16. Ann Fantom says:

    I like that Blue Sky Farms’ hens are pasture raised on over 108 square fee per hen of year round outside pasture space to roam free on green grass with plenty of room for foraging, dust bathing, flapping and social interaction.

  17. elizabeth p says:

    Eating is a moral issue. Thanks for the chance.

  18. Regina Elliott says:

    Great thing I would eat these eggs and feel safe while doing so

  19. Terry Cover says:

    I have never tried organic eggs.

  20. These are the kind of eggs we need in our family. My young son just had a heart attack. We have to make sure we are eating all natural and the best we can get. Thank you so much for sharing this company.

  21. I think it’s great!

  22. Amy Pratt says:

    I love the idea of free range chickens. I have a friend with chickens and their eggs are always the best. You get better results when you are humane to the animal.

  23. Richard Hicks says:

    I say bravo to them I wish all eggs were so natural as theirs

  24. I like that the chicken can roam and it’s less stress on them.

  25. great to have safe egg in the market

  26. Stephanie H. says:

    Kudos to the Blue Sky Farms for choosing to allow their hens to live in a natural and a safe environment. I think it is great not only for the chickens, but also for us humans as well!

  27. Tracy Davis says:

    I like that Blue Sky Farms’ hens are pasture raised.

  28. I love love love having the choice to get ethical products, will for sure be checking these out at our Kroger. I have a lot of respect for farmers that choose to make the right choice, and will show my support whenever I can.

  29. Kyl Neusch says:

    it is a very good idea

  30. Brittney House says:

    I think it’s a great thing.

  31. ellie sheely says:

    I think these eggs are the best, because I love to support a smaller type farm rather than agri business.

  32. Debbie Lyon says:

    We can definitely tell the difference between kinds of eggs. These are so much better

  33. I love it! I’m sure their eggs are delicious!

  34. Jan Hammersmith says:

    I love their company ideals

  35. I am a huge fan of free range eggs and meats as well as organic milk and produce so I think it’s great~

  36. I think this should be the industry standard!

  37. I think it’s awesome!

  38. Emily Morelli says:

    I used to get my family’s eggs from a lady who raised chickens in her yard. They were the best eggs ever, rich and flavorful. I’d love to try these and see how they compare.

  39. Kara Kudro says:

    I think it’s amazing, we currently get eggs free range and would love to try these out

  40. Jared Farmer says:

    oh how i love my chocolate

  41. I think Blue Sky Family Farms and their approach to 100% free range and pasture raised chickens are wonderful!

  42. I think the healthier and more natural the animals our products come from is a win win for both the animals and the people who consume products from them.

  43. sheila ressel says:

    I think it’s awesome that they supply eggs from 100% free range and pasture raised chickens! I only support farms that do the same.

  44. I think it’s eggcellent that they do that. Have to look for them.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  45. I really respect their decision to do that. I’ve seen some documentaries about how they some places treat the chicken and it’s awful.

  46. Chris Mason says:

    Much more humane to our avian friends

  47. non-GMO and sustainability is very important, great job

  48. Jennifer W says:

    It makes me feel good knowing that the chickens are treated humanely.

  49. shannon fowler says:

    I took an ethics class in undergrad they talked a lot about the treatment of animals. Ever since then I can’t eat anything that isn’t free range. Thanks for sharing about this brand

  50. it’s great. I wish more animals raised for food consumption were treated as humanely

  51. Angela W says:

    I love that they care about their product and the way they conduct their business in a natural and healthy way is great for them and us as consumers!

  52. I support 100% free range chickens! My neighbors have chickens in their backyard too.

  53. I am excited about this. I do eggs, even tough I don’t eat land animals.

  54. Jennifer Reed says:

    I am proud that a U.S. company like Blue Sky Family Farms has decided to do the right thing and allow their certified humanely raised hens to be able to do what chickens naturally do…roam and lay great eggs. I would love to support this company’s mission.

  55. I think that it’s great to have 100% free range chickens producing quality eggs. Fingers crossed. I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity and chance.

  56. I love it! We buy our eggs from a farm and there is such a big difference.

  57. jeanette sheets says:

    love them ,they are awesome

  58. LeAnn Harbert says:

    That’s the way all chickens should be raised

  59. Dotty J Boucher says:

    I don’t think these are sold in my state but I will have to check, But I do think being free of chemicals or torture is the right path.

  60. I think that’s great every farm needs to be doing this it’s the only humane way to raise chickens and this is the healthiest way to get eggs

  61. Heather E says:

    I haven’t seen these before, but we might have them at the Whole Foods in my area. I love that they are 100% free range. I wish more farms would take that approach!

  62. I only eat free range Organic eggs after I saw how they treat all the chickens cooped up and abused. Eggs are a family staple and I would love to win some!

  63. I love it. I think it is so much healthier for the chickens and for us.

  64. Denise S says:

    I like knowing the chickens can live a normal life.

  65. kim keithline says:

    I think it is awesome the healthier for the chicken the better for us it is a win win situation for everyone!!

  66. Priscilla says:

    Great giveaway and reviews! Love your blog!

  67. Carolyn Daley says:

    I think the approach for 100% free range is great!

  68. What a great and fresh approach to family outings.

  69. I like that it’s a better way of treating the chickens.

  70. I think it’s a good idea.

  71. I think its wonderful.

  72. Penny Snyder says:

    I love free range eggs – so much healthier!!

  73. Stephanie Liske says:

    I love free range eggs. They taste so much better.

  74. i love that they eggs are healthier and taste better too

  75. Terry Bellender says:

    Actually when I was growing up it wasn’t called Free Range was normal for us to see Chickens running loose and eggs were found all over the property. We always though of it as just walking around and finding breakfast in the yard lol.

  76. I remember my grandparents raising free-range chickens to have fresh eggs everyday. And it’s always been good. Glad that the company offers the same to us consumers. I live in NC.

  77. free range is best

  78. Considering what I have seen about the way caged chickens are kept, the return of free-range chickens (which is how I saw my family keep their chickens when I was a child) is definitely a plus on all levels.

  79. denise low says:

    Thank you for sharing. This sounds great. You never know what they give chickens at other places.

  80. laura588 says:

    I love their approach. The eggs would be so much safer to eat and I like how humanely they treat their chickens.
    Laurie Emerson

  81. Gail Ward says:

    I love the fact that these are free range eggs,you never know what you are getting in the supermarket.

  82. Terri Irvin says:

    Good and clean eggs make the food taste better so I only use free range eggs.

  83. Jessica Lodge says:

    I love their approach. I usually buy cage free eggs as free range eggs are hard to find often. I really wish free range and pasture raised was the standard for eggs. Kudos to Blue Sky Family Farms!

  84. I think t’s great. More Farms need to be like them.

  85. Regina Elliott says:

    Cage free eggs are the only way to go !! These chickens are animals that should be respected and treated right for great quality eggs

  86. susitravl says:

    Just the way my grandma raised chickens – LOVE IT!

  87. Janet Boyanton says:

    These eggs sound great, better for the consumer and better for the chickens.

  88. Its a game changer for me, I’ve been looking for a product like this for a while.

  89. Francine Anchondo says:

    I think it is great and like to buy from companies that treat there animals right.

  90. Susan Smith says:

    I love companies that are to me humane to animals. I love that they eggs are healthier and taste better too

  91. Janine Hwang says:

    I think it’s great and so more humane!

  92. I think it’s egg-citing!

  93. Brian E. says:

    A happy chicken will produce better quality eggs !

  94. Lily Kwan says:

    I think their approach to 100% free range and pasture raised chickens is great!

  95. It sounds like a great idea. As I try to eat healthier, I make smarter decisions about what I eat!

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