My egg came from

  Graham ® 10:19 16 May 2006

click here
How cool is that?

  watchful 10:51 16 May 2006

Nice to see a good, well-run, free-range farm. I buy from a local farmer.

  martjc 11:03 16 May 2006

...that you enjoy fresh eggs - but I didn't realise this was a forum for advertising! Must be in the wrong place - now, where are my specs?

  Graham ® 11:36 16 May 2006

Just an example of how computers have become part of everyday life. Not so long ago, 'Eggs are eggs', as they used to say.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 12:54 16 May 2006

It is amazing that 15 years ago it would have been so difficult to get advertising across to the whole of the UK (and world) at a very small cost. Because of sites like that I never buy the things that supermarkets laughingly call meat and veg from them and I am lucky to live near a village butcher that slaughters all his own meat which is produced locally. He does not have the ridiculous pink lights that try to fool the unwary by changing the colour of the meat (proprer meat that has been hung is not bright red.


  watchful 13:04 16 May 2006

that don't have a local supplier, it's good to see the internet being used in this way.

  Graham ® 14:18 16 May 2006

My eggs come from Morrisons. There is a number on each egg, this site will tell you which farm it's from.

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