The Farm Fresh Egg

Eggs are a staple in many peoples' homes. They're delicious, healthy, and only about 70 calories each. But all eggs aren't equal. Many eggs purchased from the store have a light yellow yolk and tend to have soft, runny whites.  Stepping up to commercial free range or vegetarian eggs results in a slightly darker yolk and stiffer whites.  But there's nothing quite like a truly farm fresh egg.


What makes a farm fresh egg different than other eggs?


The first thing most people notice when they crack open a farm fresh egg is the deep orange yolk. The color of the yolk directly reflects the quality of feed the chicken ate. A deeply colored yolk reflects a diverse diet rich in quality protien and minerals.  


The next thing an egg connoisseur will notice is the white. Crack an egg into a small bowl and try to pick it up with you hands; you should be able to lift the entire egg out of the bowl with just your fingers.  That is how thick the white should be, and when it is, results in a perfect fried or poached egg.


Lastly, but certainly not least, is the flavor of the egg.  A chicken raised on pasture, allowed to eat bugs, grass, and supplimented with quality feed, should have a complex flavor profile and a hint of sweetness. 


We take a lot of pride in our poultry eggs.  To ensure the happiest chickens, we supply them with green pasture, fresh fruits and veggies, and an endless supply of organic, non-GMO feed that is milled right here in Oregon.


Chicken Eggs

$6 per dozen

Waiting for the chickens to start laying...


Duck Eggs

$8 per dozen

Waiting for the ducks to start laying...