STORYVillada Organic Farm, a family farm located in CAMPOS DE HELLÍN, CASTILLA LA MANCHA. Since 1939, Land of farmers and stockbreeders.
This project was born from the need to return to the essential, to return to the ability to enjoy the moments and take care of life. Our commitment to the countryside and the environment has led us to conceive a project of sustainable living, organic production systems, differentiated quality and traditional production processes.
Our main activity consists on helping people to enjoy good health through food. Organic food is food that is produced without the use of chemicals at all stages of production. Our organic hens live in constant freedom, have recycled and self-made facilities, have access to parks and enjoy a balanced and natural diet without additives or chemical fertilisers, rigorous care and animal welfare. They are therefore of the highest quality.
Essential for the territory and the society, as it not only generates quality products, but also shapes the landscape, helps to control forest fires, regulates water cycles and soil quality, helps to enhance biodiversity and to preserve cultural heritage and territorial identity.
We combine production with sustainability. Our hens' diet is completely organic, balanced and natural. Without additives or chemical fertilisers, they live in freedom and are limited to the use of antibiotics and medicines. Organic production systems. We care for the life and welfare of the animals.
Differentiated quality products
Foods of differentiated quality are those products that are protected by EU regulations that guarantee compliance with higher requirements than those demanded for other products.
Origin and labelling
Our farm is committed to CODE 0, in other words, organic production. The eggs strictly meet a system of processing and packaging 100% natural and handmade, using sustainable materials.
To obtain the maximum value and use of all resources, products and waste, encouraging their rational and sustainable management, promoting their reduction, recycling, reuse and recovery, energy saving and reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Such environmental education involves the transmission of environmental knowledge and values that lead to the adoption of positive attitudes towards the natural and social environment, which translate into actions of care and respect for biological and cultural diversity, and which foster solidarity.
A trip to our roots
With our visits to the farm we bring people closer to nature through their own experience. We teach people to get to know and love nature. We love to share the taste of life in the countryside with the thousands of people who visit the farm to take care of our hens, collect and taste our products.
And the big question...
People always ask us "why do the eggs on your farm taste so good? They are so juicy and full of flavour". We tell them it's not by chance. It's a story of risk, hard work and long-term commitment.
The first digit is the one we are most interested in because it indicates the way the hens are reared and fed, it can be 0, 1, 2 or 3. The difference lies in the feeding of the hens, the number 0 must come from organic farming, also limiting the use of antibiotics and medicines.
WE TAKE CARE OF LIFE
WE LOOK AFTER YOUR HEALTH!
Eggs have traditionally been one of the most appreciated food products, due to their high nutritional value. In addition, they were also known for their high contribution of micronutrients, which are mineral elements and vitamins necessary for the body to function. A natural food that contains all the nutrients our body needs to survive, and one of the most complete foods that nature has to offer.
The organic egg is a product of supreme quality, the origin of this quality lies in the rigorous feeding of organic hens.
It is one of the most consumed ingredients in the world and, due to its high nutritional quality, it is one of the so-called "superfoods".
The nutritional value of the egg depends on the feed of the laying hens, in particular the proteins they ingest in the feed and in the plant and animal remains they eat in the pastures.
In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
Self-taught and curious by nature, she has been committed to acquiring a high level of knowledge in areas related to her passion. She is in continuous training for her profession; organic livestock farming, HACCP self-control systems, agrotourism and environmental education.
Marivís’ commitment to the rural environment and care for the environment has led her not only to conceive this project, but also to be present in all its phases and to resize her activity. Her enthusiasm is contagious.