http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2031244/Free-range-eggs-nutritious-battery-alternatives-claims-study.html?ito=feeds-newsxml I hope this is the right forum. Hello all, the above is an article from an english tabloid newspaper. (Writing in the journal Poultry Science, Dr Anderson, of North Carolina) it states that free range eggs are no more nutrituous or lower in cholesterol than those from caged birds. Is there anybody on this forum from maybe a scientific or other background that can argue against this.Apart from back garden hens having the best lives ever I can't believe that the eggs are no better than their counterparts. I know that the term free range can have loose meaning and that studies into these type of things can give ambiguous results depending on who funds them but this article just reads wrong!Thanks.