"I've not had farm-fresh eggs like this in 40yrs. Now my family knows how an egg should be!" Kelly S
"My family - especially my son won't eat any other eggs. We are so spoiled." Monica J
Free range to us means more than just having “access” to greenspace by wandering outside of a fixed location. According to industry regulations, that’s all that is required to call eggs “free range”. Our laying hens have a home that actually gets moved to fresh forage every day. They eat grass, clover, seeds, bugs and worms along with a whole grain, non-GMO ration we source from a local Amish mill.
We harvest fresh eggs every morning, meaning it’s likely the eggs picked up by our visitors are less than a day old. That’s not possible at ANY supermarket. Eggs this fresh will easily last three weeks, so we’re not afraid to send visitors home with a few dozen at a time. We’ve compared our prices to local supermarkets offering so-called “free range” eggs and we’re proud to say that our prices are either competitive or better!
Current demand for our eggs is greater than our ability to supply. If you would like to get on our weekly eggs reservation list, please sign up for our email updates. We will let you know when new spots open up.
Five times through the growing season, we butcher the chickens we raise. This is the THIRD of the 2017 season. If you would like to pick up fresh, whole chickens the day we butcher at a bulk discount, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-412-2544 if you have questions. Here are the details:
Min Qty Order: 5 whole chickens
Avg Weight 5lb each
Price/lb = $3.79 (Normal $3.99)
To reserve yours: please email us your Name, Phone Number and Number of Whole Chickens you want to reserve.
Our last butcher date for 2017 is October 7th. It is important to calculate how much chicken you will need until June 2018 (7months) and make your reservation accordingly. For instance: if your family plans eat one chicken per week on average, you will need about 30 chickens for the winter.