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Our Misson Statement
Our Goal is to Provide Quality Eco-Friendly Products, Supplies and Friendly Service to Improve the Backyard Egg Farming Experience!
The Little Egg Scrubber
Our Daughter started raising Chickens in 2011. At that time she had a dozen chickens and egg cleaning wasn't too bad. The second spring she got another dozen chickens and now the dirty eggs were starting to pile up. It's not much fun cleaning dozens of eggs a day. The next year she added another dozen as well as some geese and ducks and egg washing only got worse. We searched online and at the local farm and feed stores, but found no real egg cleaner solutions. None of the devices we found worked well as an egg cleaner. So, we came up with this egg scrubbing machine that works very well. Because there are no units like this on the U.S. market that will effectively scrub, clean or wash dirty eggs, we decided to get a U.S. Patent and start manufacturing and selling "The Little Egg Scrubber" for the BackYard Egg Farmers of America.
We work out of a small shop in central Vermont manufacturing
"The Little Egg Scrubbers"
We wanted Our Logo to be Fun and Full of Energy! An Egg Car Wash with Spinning Brushes seemed to fit that Bill. A Clean Happy Shiny Egg Rolling Out from Bubble Covered Brushes seemed Timeless. The Yellow Yolk Colored Banner, with Silhouettes of hen and duck is simple and sharp. The Green Mountains are to Honor our Great State of Vermont.
Backyard Poultry Responsible For Over 900 Salmonella Infections This Year, CDC Says.
The New York Times (9/4, Pattani, Subscription Publication) reports that the CDC “is investigating multistate outbreaks of salmonella infections” connected “to people who keep poultry in their backyards.” The Times says poultry is “responsible for infecting more than 900 people with salmonella” in 48 states so far in 2017. CDC veterinarian Dr. Megin Nichols said, “Over the years, we’ve accumulated a pretty serious health issue,” adding, “Ownership of live poultry and the interest in raising backyard chickens and ducks is really growing.” Nichols said poultry owners should take health precautions such as washing hands after handling poultry and not allowing poultry to live inside the house.