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Natural Ungraded Eggs

These fresh eggs have dark golden yolks that stand up high, and whites that stay together when poached or fried. Outstanding flavor and a wonderful addition to baked goods.

Average rating: 5 out of 5 carrots
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West Glover, VT

These eggs are laid by hens who spend their days digging and scratching out of doors for a good part of their sustenance. While they are fed grain like other laying hens, these girls also get a very healthy diet of food scraps, bugs and barnyard bedding; basically the food hens were born to eat.

Our current suppliers of eggs each week:

Eric and Keenann Rozendaal of Rockville Market Farm "Eric's Eggs" have been farming organically in Starksboro for over a decade, and have a real eye for quality. They run a diversified organic farm featuring eggs, vegetables and pork on just over 50 acres.

Vermont Compost Company raises and feeds their laying hens on compost and food scraps. These hens produce some of the finest eggs you will ever have. We are working with Karl Hammer to spread his methods to other farmers in the area so that we can begin to offer more grain-free fed food.

Gaylord Farm in Waitsfield, Vermont is a third generation family farm that raises Beef, Vegetables and Eggs for the local market. They are a real Vermont institution up our way and produce excellent quality.

While these eggs are not certified organic, these hens receive no synthetic supplements or medicated feed, and forage outside all year long.

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Enjoy these eggs any style for breakfast, hard boiled, in a quiche, fritatta, or baked. Fresh, full flavored and nutritious, enjoy!


Store in the refrigerator. These eggs are extremely fresh and once eggs have been refrigerated they have to be kept cool.

They will last 2 weeks or more if kept cool.

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