Free Range Westcountry Eggs

Sadly, as from last Friday 27th July 2017, Blackdown Hills Westcountry Eggs has ceased trading, due to commercial pressures, market forces and health reasons. This was a very difficult decision made by the Cottey family, after years of hard work to build the business up from nothing.
We would like to thank everyone who has supported us and worked with us during this time.

Timothy Colin Hamilton Ball and Michael Ian Field of Mazars LLP, 90 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6DP were appointed Joint Administrators of Blackdown Hills Enterprises Limited (t/a “Blackdown Hills Westcountry Eggs” & “Blackdown Gold”) on 13 August 2018. The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators. The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Company and without personal liability.

Welcome to Blackdown Hills Westcountry Eggs

Please browse the site to find out more about our free range methods, cutting edge processes and accreditations for food safety and animal welfare.

For more information call 01460 234 883 or contact us by email. We’d love to hear from you

Our Lovely Ladies

We take the utmost care to ensure our hens have a happy life.

Free Range Eggs

Family Run Farm

We’re a family run farm and egg packing business in the Blackdown Hills, Somerset, providing Westcountry Free Range Eggs to the UK Retail, Food Service and Wholesale sectors.

At the heart of our business is the welfare of our hens, and during daylight hours they’re free to forage and roam amongst acres of beautiful woodland, fed only on the most nutritious diet.

But what really sets us apart, is our ability to collect, pack and deliver eggs directly from our farm, guaranteeing you genuinely fresh, local and tasty Free Range Eggs.

What our customers think..

  • Hello I bought half a dozen of your lovely eggs at Morrisons in Tavistock and I just felt as though I had to let you know they were some of the best eggs I have had in a long time!. I look forward to eating my next half a dozen! With kind regards, Bob & Deb

    Bob and Deb
  • Bought a box of these bad boys to make some eggy bread... When the time had come, I broke an egg with my trusty fork and to my delight I got a double yoke, I laughed off the momentary joy and proceeded to the next egg.. *crack* 2 eggs down and much to my delight 4 yokes sat in the dish... The story repeats itself until I had finally cracked the sixth egg into a dish, thus consuming the entire box... After seeing all 12 yokes sit in the dish, yes 12, I realised I was going to have way to much eggy bread.. Which is my only criticism. In short... Positives: Makes eggy bread Negatives: You will get carried away and make too much!

    Henry Carr

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