I actually came on here to see if I could find the location of the facility and verify that the chickens actually get some outdoor time. They don't state free range, and I don't know how accurate their labels are, but the yolks are always orange. Which is evidence that the chickens are at least getting some green in their diet. But I saw a poorly informed review that I had to correct. If you boil very fresh eggs, they will always stick to the eggshell no matter what. Unless you use the pinhole method or bathe it in ice-water right after, it is easier to manage. It doesn't mean they are "poor quality" eggs. It's not a household product. If you have eggs that boil very well, it's because they have been on the shelf a while. It's always best to boil eggs that are a bit older.