- since 2017 -
100% ORGANIC FEED / FREE RANGE / GMO - FREE
About pasture range
No chemicals, no herbicides, no pesticides. No GMO feeds.
100% certified organic feed.
Lush Tipperary pasture , fresh air, clean water.
You can taste the difference.
Kylie and Billy Magner and their 4 children Matilda, Tadhg, Imogen and Finn are Magners Farm.
Kylie is a full time farmer who loves hens, regenerative agriculture, great food and horses.
Pasture Raised Eggs &
Chicken Bone Broth
Our hens spend their days grazing on chemical free, natural grass with fresh air and clean water. At night they retire to their warm custom built shed.
We move them on to fresh grass every week (sometimes every day!) and they leave behind their lovely organic fertiliser for our pasture to thrive on.
This all adds up to a delicious, nutritionally dense, chemical free egg which you can trust was produced by a very happy and contented hen.
It's the same style of management we demand for the chickens we make our chicken bone broth from. Out on grass from 5 weeks, they are free to roam over the lush pasture, roost, dustbath and act like chickens should. They take longer to mature, are more active and the taste? Amazing.
Magners Farm is located near Moyglass village in Fethard County Tipperary - the heart of the "Golden Vale" Ireland.
The land around Fethard is world renowned for its incredibly fertile limestone pasture which has raised some of the most successful international racing and breeding horses.
Magners Farm is home to Kylie and Billy Magner and their four children Matilda, Tadhg, Imogen and Finn.
We are passionate about good food and ethical and sustainable agriculture.
Magners Farm was established by Kylie and Billy in 2017 after they returned from a 7 year stay in Australia.
Kylie is a full time farmer who grew up on a mixed farming enterprise in the Central West of New South Wales. After studying for a Bachelor of Business in Agricultural Commerce at Sydney University, Kylie undertook work in various marketing and equestrian roles from Sydney to Japan before landing in Fethard where she met her future husband Billy.
The Magners are now pursuing a life long dream of returning to farming to grow ethical and innovative produce.
Read about us
Chicken Bone Broth
Winner Great Taste (UK) 2019
Chef's Choice Award in 2018 Blas na hÉireann Irish Food Awards) : Available in a 320ml glass jar, 1 litre pouch (or as per customer order). We can even pack into your own containers!
Our broth is made using pasture raised chickens aged to 16 weeks. Cooked in small batches with local vegetables and seaweed
Our broth is
super nutritious and rich in collagen and amino acids.
It's free from hormones, antibiotics, additives, preservatives, and artificial ingredients,
is gluten-free, non-GMO, dairy-free, and soy-free;
is paleo friendly, Keto, and Whole30 suitable
Pasture Range Eggs:
Available in 12 and 6 packs.
Real eggs from hens that get to act like real hens. Their eggs are 4-6 times more nutritious because their diet is varied and they have the sun on their backs!
Where to buy our products
You are welcome to visit our farm to buy our products. We have a road side shop - whenever it's daylight, call in and pick up your eggs.
Please leave your money in the red box.
If you prefer contactless, shop online - we will let you know when your order is ready to collect.
The Gourmet Butcher, Clonmel Co. Tipperary - eggs and chicken bone broth
The Apple Farm, Cahir Co. Tipperary - eggs
Health and Harmony, Thurles, Co. Tipperary - chicken bone broth and eggs
The Honey Pot, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary - eggs, chicken bone broth
Martin O'Dwyer Butcher, Cashel, Co. Tipperary - eggs
Kenny's Centra Fethard, Co. Tipperary - eggs
Meagher's Daybreak, Fethard, Co. Tipperary - eggs.
Dooks Fine Foods, Fethard Co. Tipperary - eggs
Relish Delicatessen, Thurles Co. Tipperary - eggs and chicken bone broth
Cloughjordan House, Cloughjordan, Co. Tipperary - on the menu!
Runner Bean Cafe, Stakelum's Hardware - Thurles, Co. Tipperary - on the menu
As One, Unit 3, 13-18 City Quay, Dublin 2 - on the menu
The Old Convent, Clogheen, Co. Tipperary - on the menu!
When things return to normal...
Bestseller Bookshop, Dawson Street, Dublin - eggs are on the menu
Sonas Health Foods, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick - chicken bone broth
Nature's Hand, The Crescent Shopping Centre, Limerick - chicken bone broth
Ardkeen Stores, Dove Hill Design Centre, Carrick-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary - chicken bone broth, eggs.
Irish Independent Health Food Stores - you can purchase or order our bone broth from any shop stocked by IIHF. Just ask!
Cloud Picker Cafe, Pearse Street Dublin - on the menu!
Social Fabric, Stoneybatter, Dublin - on the menu!
SuperNatural Food Market, Pearse Street, Dublin - every Saturday morning - eggs and broth on request.
Markets or try our Farmers Food Basket
Saturdays - 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Cahir Farmers Market, located in the carpark of the Cahir Castle. At the Apple Farm stand.
Saturday - 9:00 am to 2:00 pm The SuperNatural Food Market - on Annie's Organic Stall.
Why is Pasture Range so important?
Pasture Range hens are more than just free range. Pasture Range hens have access to green, fresh pasture at all times. We move their access areas every week, sometimes every day.
This means that when a hen is fed on a diet which is closer to their natural omnivorous state, the nutrition of the egg improves significantly.
Eggs from hens raised on pasture can contain: 1⁄3 less cholesterol, 1⁄4 less saturated fat, 2⁄3 more vitamin A, 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids, 3 times more vitamin E, 7 times more beta carotene, 4-6 times more vitamin D. This is because they consume a more natural, diet including seeds, worms, insects & green plants plus a lot of sunshine.
Pasture range egg’s colour, flavour and texture are made distinctive by high amounts of Vitamin A, D, E, K2, B-12, folate, riboflavin, zinc, calcium, beta carotene, choline, and tons of omega 3 fatty acids, including DHA, EPA, ALA, and AA. A pasture-raised egg is a true superfood.
Second only to the lactalbumin protein in human mother’s milk, eggs have the highest quality protein of any food.