What about pastured chicken eggs?
"Most of the eggs currently sold in supermarkets are nutritionally inferior to eggs produced by hens raised on pasture and in backyards across the country. That’s the conclusion of a 2007 Mother Earth News egg testing project. The testing found that, compared to official U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) nutrient data for commercial eggs, eggs from hens raised on pasture 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
These amazing results come from egg samples collected from 14 flocks around the country that range freely on pasture or are housed in portable chicken coops that are rotated frequently to maximize access to fresh pasture and protect the birds from predators. The Mother Earth News research team sampled six eggs from each of the 14 pastured flocks tested by an accredited laboratory in Portland, Ore. The egg samples were analyzed for nutrient content and then those results were compared with the official egg nutrient data from the USDA for “conventional” (i.e. factory hens) eggs."