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local organic backyard duck eggs ($6-1/2 dozen, $11-dozen, or $1 each) - $11 (cully)

local organic backyard duck eggs ($6-1/2 dozen, $11-dozen, or $1 each) 1 thumbnaillocal organic backyard duck eggs ($6-1/2 dozen, $11-dozen, or $1 each) 2 thumbnaillocal organic backyard duck eggs ($6-1/2 dozen, $11-dozen, or $1 each) 3 thumbnail
$6 for half a dozen
Or $11 for a dozen (actually special summer pricing $10 a dozen)
Or $1 / egg (if you only want a few or want to test that you don't have any food allergies by just trying one)
Cash, venmo, crypto, and tentatively bartering accepted

We likely won't have more than one dozen available to one person at any given time. We have about 5 eggs per day from March through August, so if we don't have any eggs today, just wait until tomorrow.

Duck eggs are larger than chicken eggs. There is a higher yolk to eggwhite ratio. This means that duck eggs are more nutritious, great for baking also, but also more cholesterol (although it is good cholesterol since our ducks free range all day ). I hear that people who may be allergic to chicken eggs are typically not allergic to duck eggs, but the vice versa is also true so we're happy to just share one egg if you'd like to try it first.

Our ducks eat organic scratch and peck feed, vegetables, and bugs. If you'd like to see more about our happy ducks, see our youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/gardeningwithducks

Email with a time you're available and mention whether you have had duck eggs before or are curious.

We'll share our exact address then. Please close the gate to keep our fluffy friends inside.

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