SpringWood Farm, Kinzers, PA – 17.7 miles

springwood farm kimberton whole foodsSpringWood Farm spreads across 220 acres of Lancaster County farmland in Kinzers, PA, just 17.7 miles from our Distribution Center in Downingtown. In 1982 Roman Stoltzfoos took over the family farm and began applying sustainable farming methods. The land rejuvenated and began to thrive with his new approach.

At the farm, pastured hens follow the grazing dairy herd in free-range style with moveable solar powered coops. The hens eat grass, insects, worms and non-GMO Project Verified, soy-free feed. Take a look at the video below and watch these happy hens wake up and come out of their houses at the farm, they even have some friendly dog companions!


Pasture-raised birds spend most of their life outdoors, with a fair amount of space plus access to a barn. Many are able to eat a diet of worms, insects and grass, along with feed.


We support a number of local egg producers within 100 miles of our Distribution Center. These local farms, many of which are family-run, prioritize the humane treatment of their animals by providing them with open space to roam and feed, sheltering them from bad weather and predators, and feeding them a diet free of GMOs, antibiotics and chemicals. Discover other locally sourced eggs available at your local Kimberton Whole Foods, here.

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