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Experience the taste of the countryside with our farm-fresh eggs, lovingly produced by our flock of 21 hand-raised and free-range chickens. Our diverse variety of chickens ensures a unique and delightful egg collection, featuring different sizes, colors, and speckles. Each egg is a testament to the care and freedom our chickens enjoy, roaming freely and living their best lives. Perfect for breakfast, baking, or any culinary adventure, these eggs bring the farm-to-table experience straight to your kitchen.


Quantity: 6 eggs (half dozen)


Why Choose Our Eggs?

  • Free-Range & Hand-Raised: Our chickens are not confined to cages but are free to roam and forage, resulting in healthier and happier birds.
  • Variety: With a mix of chicken breeds, our eggs come in various beautiful hues and sizes, adding a special touch to your egg carton.
  • Freshness: Collected daily, our eggs are as fresh as it gets, providing you with superior taste and quality.


How to Clean and Store Farm Fresh Eggs


To ensure the best quality and longevity of your farm-fresh eggs, follow these detailed instructions for cleaning and storage:


Cleaning Farm Fresh Eggs:

  • Dry Clean First: Use a dry cloth or brush to gently remove any dirt or debris from the eggs. This method helps maintain the natural bloom, a protective coating on the eggshell.

  • Wet Cleaning: If necessary, rinse the eggs under warm running water. Avoid soaking the eggs. Do not use cold water, as it can cause the egg contents to contract and pull bacteria through the shell pores.

  • Dry Thoroughly: After cleaning, dry the eggs completely with a clean towel to prevent moisture buildup, which can lead to bacterial growth.


Storing Farm Fresh Eggs:

  • Refrigeration: Store cleaned eggs in the refrigerator at a temperature of 40°F (4°C) or below. Refrigeration significantly extends the shelf life of eggs.

  • Egg Carton: Place the eggs in an egg carton to protect them from absorbing strong odors and flavors from other foods. The carton also helps maintain humidity levels around the eggs.

  • Pointed End Down: Store eggs with the pointed end facing downward. This helps keep the yolk centered and prevents it from touching the air cell, extending the egg's freshness.

  • Use By Date: For the best quality, use farm-fresh eggs within three weeks of the collection date. However, properly stored eggs can remain safe to eat for up to five weeks.

Farm-Fresh Eggs

PriceFrom $4.00