November 25, 2013 12:13pm by What’s at the Market

An Aylesford farmer who's in trouble with the Nova Scotia egg marketing board wants the province to consider licences instead of a quota system.

Aaron Hiltz sells pastured eggs on his farm in Lake George. His 800 hens, he said, are free to roam in fields and don’t live in cages, offering customers something different when they buy eggs.

But according...

eggs, licensing, Nova Scotia