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Why Ben makes every minute count

Ben Brunning is a dynamic young West Country businessman who thrives on just 4 hours sleep. But what is even more remarkable about the work-life-to-the-full 31 years old is that as a result of a horrific farm accident he might not be alive at all. Ben is the man behind one of the South West’s… Continue Reading

Facing up to the uneggspected

When you live the free range life you have to be prepared for the odd surprise. And for our hens they don’t come much odder than coming face to face with other farm livestock for their very first time. It has just happened to one of our young flocks which stepped out of their front… Continue Reading

Temperatures up… egg size down

The immediate impact of dazzling sunshine and soaring summer temperatures on an egg farm is blinking obvious. The hens want some shade. And happily our hens have acres of it. Half the range area of each of our flocks is sheltered by woodland trees which offer the cooler, shadier environment where the birds can continue… Continue Reading

The Black Cat leaves us purring!

The Black Cat Cafe is one of the West Country’s hidden tourist treasures. Tucked away in  a narrow lane in Brixham, Devon, it has for  the past couple of years been attracting fans from across the country. On the website Trip Adviser dozens of visitors have rated its vegetarian and gluten-free menu as excellent and… Continue Reading

Eggs Win Gold

Exe Valley Eggs is thrilled to learn that its eggs have won Gold in this year’s Taste of the West Awards. Taste of the West is renowned for recognising excellence and dedication throughout the food and drink industry. Commenting on behalf of this highly respected organisation, chief executive John Sheaves says: “We continue to be… Continue Reading

Keep on laying

Providing a constant source of light to laying hens is vital if a year-round supply of eggs is to be achieved… and that can mean hefty electricity bills for egg producers. But Exe Valley Eggs has taken steps which not only significantly reduce electricity use but importantly reduce the farm’s carbon footprint. The farm has… Continue Reading

Hens thrive in a washout summer

Ice cream sellers, event organisers, holiday makers, farmers and the population at large have been cursing what for most people is the wettest summer they can ever remember. But what about the hens? Well they’ve been coping amazingly well, says John Widdowson of Exe Valley Eggs. “Although when it’s raining really hard it does tend… Continue Reading

Wholesaler puts on a cracking show

Exe Valley Eggs was proud to be one of 84 businesses that put their products on display at a catering exhibition hosted by Ilfracombe Foodservice. The annual event, held at the Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe, attracts hundreds of the wholesaler’s customers who come to view and sample the wide range of products available and take advantage of the… Continue Reading

Now available in Cullompton

Exe Valley eggs are now available in Cullompton following the opening of a new fruit and veg store. “We’ve wanted an outlet for our free range eggs in the busy town of Cullompton for some time now,” comments John Widdowson of Exe Valley Eggs, “and we are delighted that the opening of Country Fayre in the… Continue Reading

Visitors enjoy a taste of Devon

t’s not just the stunning scenery that impacts on visitors to glorious Devon… the local produce is leaving an impression too. One family from Staffordshire so enjoyed the eggs they purchased whilst on holiday, they took the trouble to contact Exe Valley Eggs via the website. “We bought your eggs while we were on holiday… Continue Reading


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