Eggs

Our laying hens eat organic, non-gmo feed year round. From April to November they graze our fields, free to roam, take dust baths, and hunt insects.  In the winter, we move them into our barn where we supplement their diet with veggie scraps and organic sprouts.  

The flock is diverse, so each dozen eggs we sell has a wonderful range of colors and patterns.  The chicken breeds we currently have in our flock are Barred Rock, New Hampshire Red, Black Sexlink, Buff Orpington, Pearl White Leghorn, Black Australorp, Speckled Sussex, Welsummer, Ameraucana, and Cuckoo Maran. If you purchase our eggs you'll see white, cream, pink, light brown, chocolate brown, green, and blue eggs. 

Please visit the Find Us page to see where our eggs are sold.

Breed: Ameraucana,  Egg Color: Blue, Green, Pink  

Breed: Ameraucana, 

Egg Color: Blue, Green, Pink

 

Breed: Barred Rock Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Barred Rock

Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Black Australorp Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Black Australorp

Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Black Sex Link Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Black Sex Link

Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Buff Orpington Egg Color: Light Brown

Breed: Buff Orpington

Egg Color: Light Brown

Breed: Cuckoo Maran Egg Color: Dark Brown

Breed: Cuckoo Maran

Egg Color: Dark Brown

Breed: New Hampshire Red Egg Color: Brown

Breed: New Hampshire Red

Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Speckled Sussex Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Speckled Sussex

Egg Color: Brown

Breed: Pearl White Leghorn Egg Color: White

Breed: Pearl White Leghorn

Egg Color: White

Breed: Welsummer Egg Color: Dark Brown

Breed: Welsummer

Egg Color: Dark Brown

Yuki and Teddy are the chickens' Great Pyrenees guard dogs.  They are puppies now, but will weigh up to 120 pounds when full grown.  They keep an eye out for foxes, raccoons, weasels, and other predators. They're intelligent, independent, and easy to love. 

Yuki and Teddy are the chickens' Great Pyrenees guard dogs.  They are puppies now, but will weigh up to 120 pounds when full grown.  They keep an eye out for foxes, raccoons, weasels, and other predators. They're intelligent, independent, and easy to love.