A new study published in the Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety has found that chickens fed primarily with hemp produce healthy, omega-3 rich eggs that may provide more nutrients than eggs laid by chickens who are fed differently. For the study, chickens were placed on a diet of linseed cake, rapeseed cake and …
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