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Fresh Eggs

Currently (as of March 2017) egg production is back we are getting about 2 dozen a day with 6 dozen in the farm stand. Come and Get’em!

Organically Grown Farm Fresh Pasture Raised Eggs
Fresh Brown Eggs $7.00 a dozen
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We want your family to have the best tasting, most nutritious eggs. This is way our hens enjoy the best unprocessed soy free, GMO free Organic feed. They enjoy pastures, sun, grass, fresh air and natural forage. We are not “Certified Organic” but the food we grow is actually organic.

We have 4 breeds of laying hens, Cuckoo Maran, Rhode Island Red, Dominique & Ameraucana. All are heritage breeds.

Their eggs are available for you at just $7 a dozen at our self serve farm-stand. The stand is open 7 days a week during daylight hours

Hens on the other-side of some poultry netting with our mobile hen house, EMB1 (egg mobile 1) in the background.

Hens on the other-side of some poultry netting with our mobile hen house, EMB1 (egg mobile 1) in the background.

6 Comments leave one →
  1. Susan Parker permalink
    January 5, 2015 4:48 pm

    Hi:
    It was great meeting you both this afternoon. I wish you the best in your endeavors. I’ll look forward to purchasing some of your chickens when they are harvested. In the meantime, I’ll just keep eating those wonderful eggs that they produce!

    • February 1, 2015 11:44 am

      Thanks Susan!
      It’s always great to meet our Farmy Folk friends, so thank you for taking the time to chat with us. This next year is looking REALLY exciting for us as we plan to greatly increase the number of birds we produce (from 375 to 600). Our girls are feeling the Spring coming and have picked up on egg production again (about 5 doz a day). We also have some young pullets who have started laying, which we will be selling 18 for the same $6. Thank you for your support and hope to chat with you again real soon.

  2. Shaari's Unger permalink
    January 26, 2015 12:45 pm

    Hi,
    Last fall we talked about renting chickens from you, the small chicken tractor and all. It sounded like a great idea and may be in he future.
    My concern is the potential for my big garden and migrating birds brining the rented chickens some sort of avian flu, which hopefully does not spread this far. I am cautious though. The risk may be low but the outcome is terrible. We’ll still happily come by for your eggs and harvested birds. I just want to be sure that we are not the source of a problem.
    Enjoy the spring!
    Shaari and Len 🙂 :!)

    • February 1, 2015 11:40 am

      Hi Shaari,
      We are also concerned with the recent avian flu epidemic and are taking bio security precautions. We have not yet started making tractors for rent and do not know if that will be part of our plan for this season yet. Thanks for checking in and for supporting the Shyre. See you soon.

  3. Christine Lee permalink
    January 31, 2015 2:30 pm

    Hi, do you sell stewing chickens? I would be interested in buying your hens who are past their laying years. Thank you. Christine

    • February 1, 2015 11:38 am

      Hello Christine,
      Occasionally we do offer stewing hens, but probably not this year. Here on the Shyre, we consider a stewing hens are a 3rd-4th year laying hen passed her prime. All our girls are just starting their second season, so possibly end of next season. Were you interested in live or harvested? We plan to sell them as both at that age. I can add you to a mailing list for stew hens or you can just keep checking in on the site here and we will post when we are ready to sell them. Thank you for your interest in the Smithshyre, hope to see you soon!

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