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Know your facts about battery cages. Please take a moment to read this letter to RI State Legislators in regards to the proposed bill to ban battery cages on egg farms.
Letter To Legislators    Letter To RI Senators

The Providence Journal interviews President and Owner of Little Rhody Farms about the proposed legislation to ban battery cages. Read The Interview Here

IMPORTANT: The farm in this ad is not our farm. The chickens in this ad are not our chickens. As previously explained, our hens are kept safely in clean cages that have plenty of room for the hens to move around. This ad is misleading and slanderous. Again, the footage in this ad is not Little Rhody Farms. http://youtu.be/yhCTr3BvH1o

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Scrambled Eggs
In a medium bowl, beat 3 eggs with 1 tablespoon of water until frothy. Meanwhile, in a small skillet, melt 1 teaspoon butter over medium heat. Add the eggs to the skillet and cook just until they begin to set around the edges of the pan. With a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula, scramble the mixture until the eggs are cooked soft and fluffy and no longer runny.

New Farmyard Now Open

The brand new Alex and Ani Farmyard is now open at Roger Williams Park Zoo. This major exhibit features even more of the furry, fluffy and wooly friends we all love, as well as many interactive elements for Zoo visitors to experience.

A few of the biggest improvements to the Farmyard is a new walkthrough barn exhibit, and a life-sized tractor that kids can climb and play on. Sponsors like Little Rhody Farms and Munroe Dairy have contributed other fun play areas like the milking and egg collection stations. Also opening later in the season, will be the Farmyard Stage for performances and shows.

Finally, there is the exciting addition of the seasonal contact yard that allows Zoo visitors to walk among and touch different species of goats and Shetland sheep. The Contact Yard is open from April 1st through September 30th from 10:30am 3:30pm on weekdays, and from 10am 5pm on weekends. There are also goat and sheep feeding opportunities available year round on the fence just outside of the contact yard.

Visitors can look forward to seeing different species of goats, Shetland sheep, Guinea hogs, alpacas, and of course, Willy the miniature donkey is there as well! After the second phase is complete, the Alex and Ani Farmyard will also have silver fox rabbits, and chickens.

This exhibit is free with Zoo admission. There is a nominal fee for the food to feed the animals.

Get details on all of the above and information about other coming attractions at www.rwpzoo.org.