The egg has been marked in order to be able to identify the origin.
How to read the code 3FI11060 on the egg:
- 3 = farming method
- FI = country of origin, Fi = Finland
- 11060 = farm code
Organic eggs (No. 0 on the egg)
The egg is produced on an organic farm. The hen-house has windows and the chicken can move freely around. The chicken can scratch and take dust baths, lay eggs in nest boxes, sit on perches, and can graze outdoors during the summer period. The hens are provided an organically produced diet. The color of the egg can be white or brown.
Free range (No. 1 on the egg)
Free range chickens have access to outdoors every day, all year round. The yard has a weather sheltered outdoor veranda that makes grazing possible also in midwinter times. The chicken can scratch and take dust baths, lay eggs in nest boxes and sit on perches. The free range chicken eat regular feed.
Barn eggs (No. 2 on the egg)
The barn egg can be white or brown. In the barn system hens are allowed to roam freely around the hen-house. The hens can scratch, take dust baths, lay eggs in nests and have perches to sit on.
Enriched cage eggs (No. 3 on the egg)
The egg can be white or brown. The egg is produced in a hygienic environment in small groups in furnished cages where the chickens have perches, laying nests and a littered area for scratching and pecking.