Grange Farm

Grange reinvents historical farming practices for happy hens.

The term ‘Grange’ dates back to between the 9th and 15th century England where farmers were under the rule of a single government – known simply as a Feudal Lord.

This person or family would build granges to store crop harvest and livestock – hens!

In those granges, hens would be protected from the outside world of foxes, cold weather, thieves and everything else that made Feudal England a pretty tough place to live.

Today, at our farms, the hens live happily within our state-of-the-art Grange where the hens roam free with optimal space, food, water, and a climate-controlled environment.

This makes for healthy, high-quality birds and premium eggs.

While we’ve come a long way in farming technology, the one constant that remains in our grange is a happy, sustainable, and connected lifestyle for our hens.

Available in Victorian Coles stores.

The word Grange dates back between 9th to 15th century England, where farmers under the rule of the feudal lord, would store their crop harvest and livestock in a granary or barn outhouse known as a Grange.


noun HISTORICAL an outlying farm with tithe barns belonging to a monastery or feudal lord. a barn.

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