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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.
Our Current Suppliers:
Rockville Market Farm
Tangletown Farm

Storage Tips

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.

Tangletown Farm, 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. They are fed a mix of conventional grain, food scraps, bugs and barnyard bedding.
These eggs are not organic, however, the hens receive no synthetic supplements or medicated feed, and forage outside all year long.
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. Thier hens range outside during the warmer months and spend winters fertilizing the greenhouses.
Tangletown Farmis located in West Glover. A small family farm that raises chickens for roasting and eggs, beef cows, pigs and turkeys. Their chickens are fed grain, food scraps, oyster shells and range for their own snacks when the season is appropriate.
Read more on our different egg categories in this Blog Post by Greg: Eggs Eggs Everywhere!


February 19, 2014 by

These eggs are wonderful, have great flavor, and are very fresh. I like that they are ungraded and each box comes with a variety of sizes.

March 24, 2013 by

I agree with everyone - I don't buy any other eggs now that I've tried these.

January 26, 2012 by

Best. Eggs. Ever. I do not buy any others anymore!

July 12, 2011 by

These eggs are rich and beautiful. They have more flavor than anything you will find in the grocery store. Those grocery store eggs that read "cage free" must be gimmickry because they don't taste nearly as fresh or have that rich golden yellow color that eggs should taste like. The only eggs that I found to be superior were the ones of my childhood from our own farm that were so dark golden that they look like you melted pure gold and put it in the shell. These are great as a simple egg breakfast or in baking. They make everything you cook with them even better. Enjoy!

June 3, 2011 by

I am so grateful to have these eggs every week; you certainly cannot buy eggs of this quality at the store. The yolks are an intense yellow-orange, and they are delicious. Unlike grocery store eggs, I feel good about eating these raw and feeding them raw to my toddler. I add extra egg yolks to bump up the nutrition of all sorts of dishes, like homemade ice cream, puddings, and soups. Thank you!

March 6, 2011 by

These are some beautiful eggs! We are so glad to have found a fantastic source of eggs that we can feel good about. Thank you!