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Sign Up for the 2023 Egg Season Now! Starting March 1
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Egg season extends March-September
A BPA-free and dishwasher-safe plastic reusable egg carton comes with each subscription! Just bring it back, refill it, and go! Reduce waste!
Option 1 - Full Share - 1 dozen/week (32 dozen total): $224
Option 2 - Half Share - 1 dozen/2 weeks (16 dozen total): $112
Due to the ongoing pandemic we are only making deliveries EVERY 2 WEEKS. If you order a full share, you will receive 2 dozens at each delivery. We may return to weekly deliveries in the future.
50% of the total is due upon order with the remainder due at the end of the season or pay in full and receive a 5% discount.
Price will be pro-rated based on subscription date.
Pick up locations are available in NE, SE, North Portland, and along the I-5 Corridor between Aurora and Portland. Pick-up locations are based on demand. If you recruit enough friends and neighbors to buy eggs, your home could become a pick-up location. How convenient!
10% discount for on-farm pick up.
Our eggs are certified Animal Welfare Approved, meaning we adhere to rigorous animal welfare and environmental sustainability standards.
We currently raise Black Australorp, Delaware, and Americauna chickens. These heritage breeds are all hardy, healthy, and productive layers, and have excellent meat qualities as well. We maintain our layer birds in smaller, natural flocks, each with an ever watchful rooster on the guard. We produce our own chicks here on the farm, allowing them to be naturally raised by a doting mama hen whenever possible, which allows us to sustain and improve our flocks over time without having to rely on commercial hatcheries.
Our chickens are free to be chickens! They enjoy:
Locally grown, corn and soy free, non-GMO feed
Free access to pasture
Plenty of tasty fruit, seed, and veggies grown on the farm using organic methods
Freedom from forced molting, food deprivation, unnatural light regimes, or other manipulations that enhance productivity at the expense of the animal’s well-being
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