For years chickens have been given a bum rap. They are the subject of countless jokes about crossing the road, being afraid and enduring questionable parentage. Do we really care which came first? The chicken or the egg?
To our family, chickens are, well, family. All 10 of them. They cluck around our back yard to the delight of the neighborhood children who flock to see them daily. In fact, each of our children and some of their friends “own” each one.
We feed the best grains we can to our hens. No GMOs for these ladies! In turn, we get free range chicken eggs, one of the best sources of protein you can find. We are also assured of eating antibiotic-free eggs packed with Vitamin A, E and Beta Carotene. This is a pretty sweet bonus since the nation is starting to face an egg shortage.
I have to admit that I love watching our chickens dance around our backyard. They don’t exactly do the chicken dance, but they actually look like they are having fun strutting around. They are very social, smart and true extroverts. That’s probably why I find them wandering into our house so often.
Whoever thought that owning chickens would give us natural weed eaters and grass mowers, not to mention gratis fertilizer! And you thought the only benefit was eggs, didn’t you!
I also notice that they actually take care of each other and are totally aware of their surroundings. Did you know that chickens talk to their chicks while still in the egg and that they make the effort of turning their eggs up to 50 times a day? Is that showing grace to others or what?
We give the same ode to nature at Grace Green Beauty. We make sure we feed the skin with the purest organic ingredients available, just like we feed our chickens with the highest level of organic feed available. The results give me a lot of joy: wholesome eggs reflecting only kindness to animals and the highest level of natural beauty products that reflect our grace to animals—not cruelty.
So when you use a Grace Green Beauty product, think of our chickens, our love of nature and the grace we should give to all creatures. Oh, and imagine we’re doing the chicken dance while we wait for a batch to cool.