Can I Still Use Cracked Eggs?

Can I Still Use Cracked Eggs?

Good morning egg lovers! You followed all of the tips when selecting your eggs at the store, picking clean, uncracked eggs. But you hit a bump in the road and one or more of your eggs cracked on the way home. What should you do? If eggs crack, break them into a clean container, cover…

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A Fair to Remember

A Fair to Remember

The smell of funnel cakes will soon be in the Santa Maria air. Rosemary Farm is gearing up for another year at the Santa Barbara County Fair starting July 13th, and this year marks the 125th anniversary. Once again, baby chicks will be the stars while they have fun at their very own fair. The…

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May is National EGG Month

May is National EGG Month

Many of us celebrate the power of the egg every month so why is May known as National Egg Month? In general, egg sales are the highest during Easter. But as the weeks past, sales are unstable. National Egg Month is celebrated in May to remind people that eggs are not just for Easter, but…

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Why the abundance of “double-yolks”?

Why the abundance of “double-yolks”?

Many of you have reached out and asked us, “Why am I getting so many double yolks in Rosemary Farm Jumbo Eggs?” We’re going to let one of our professionals in egg laying, Miss Henrietta tell you why: I am first and foremost so happy to be laying delicious, nutritious, and JUMBO eggs for you….

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Nothing says ‘Spring’ like a Baby Chick

Nothing says ‘Spring’ like a Baby Chick

Our marketing team is egg’cited to hit the road. And the stars of the show will be along as well – BABY CHICKS. Rosemary Farm believes in being a responsible and involved partner in their community. “It’s an honor to get out and listen to the community. We love hearing comments on the quality, taste…

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The perfect recipes for New Year’s Eve and Day

The perfect recipes for New Year’s Eve and Day

Some party hard the night before, others wait to celebrate the day-of. Whichever you choose, these recipes are the perfect fix. Wishing you all a Happy New Year!! Chili Lime Deviled Eggs Fresh chili peppers add a spice that simply can’t be matched. There’s a burst of pico de gallo on top that brightens up…

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Don’t Toss the Yolk

Don’t Toss the Yolk

Eggs are a breakfast powerhouse, but many people are not aware of the vitamins and minerals these shells of glory have. These nutrients are mainly found in the yolk. Yes folks, the yolk. Next time you order egg whites, think of the nutrients below you’re missing out on. What You Lose Without the Yolk Eggs…

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Back-to-School

Back-to-School

Written by: Tracy Ramsdell, Marketing Director Beep, beep, beep. Your alarm goes off. You scramble to get ready. Your kids wake up. You scramble to get them ready. You pack all their goodies for the day. And scramble to fly out the door. But wait? What happen to eating “the most important meal of the…

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The Ultimate Chicken Bath

The Ultimate Chicken Bath

Have you ever seen a chicken take a bath? Look no further. Below is one of our girls at Rosemary Farm taking her bath. But unlike humans, chickens enjoy coating themselves with dirt. Chickens care for their feathers and skin by digging shallow holes where they’ll toss dirt onto themselves to absorb excess moisture and…

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Eat Your Veggies

Eat Your Veggies

We grew up hearing it all the time, “Eat your veggies.” But did you know that pairing your veggies with eggs can improve the nutritive value of a salad, in more than one way (details here). Here are some egg’cellent dishes that feature veggies and of course, eggs! It’s time to start enjoying your veggies…

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Egg Freshness

Egg Freshness

Have you ever asked yourself, “Is this egg okay to eat?” Ask no more! Here’s how to tell if your egg is fresh or not. Place your egg in a cup or bowl of water, making sure the water goes above the egg. If the egg sinks and lays flat, it’s a fresh egg! If…

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Welcome to the Farm!

Welcome to the Farm!

Our farm dates back to the 1920’s with our founder Captain G. Allan Hancock. Captain Hancock started Rosemary Farm which he named after his daughter. His egg farm housed thousands of laying hens and incorporated the most advanced technologies of the time to produce eggs, including a patented machine for cleaning and vacuuming chicken coops. …

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