About Our Flock
We keep approximately 150 hens, called layers, for farm-fresh eggs. They are a mix of different breeds. We have a couple of roosters to defend the flock and to teach difference between males and females. Lights in our cage-free henhouse encourage steady egg production, even during the darker winter days. During the day, hens go outside whenever they want and range around in our large outdoor runs. One or two like to fly over the fence. At night, we shut all the chickens inside the hen house to keep them safe from predators.
The farm is open to the public, for free, during daylight hours every day of the year, so stop by and say hello to our flock!
Pricing & Availability
Our eggs are $.50 each, or $6/dozen. We do not grade them by size or color. Due to the size our flock and the popularity of our fresh eggs, they are in limited supply.
Collecting the farm-fresh eggs is a chore that our farmers of every age enjoy doing. All eggs are collected, hand-washed, and counted each day before being put into the farm stand. The best times to get eggs right now (fall/winter/spring) is around 4:00 PM, after our farmers have completed their afternoon chores. Sorry, but we cannot reserve eggs for people who call ahead.
Our honor system farm stand accepts cash, check, and Venmo. During the winter, it is located in the hoop house to the left of the summer farm stand.