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#1 of 8 Old 04-18-2010, 07:39 PM - Thread Starter
 
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hi all! we got some straight from the farm eggs (pastured i guess is the correct term?) from the ballard farmers market today, and love them. problem is they were 6$ a dozen. any ideas of where we could get them at a better price? i'm going to check out craigslist today and see if there's anything on there. i almost wish i didn't get them because now i feel like i've been spoiled .

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ok, well after doing some research i decided that it's worth it to buy the pastured eggs regardless of the cost. we eat a lot of eggs and it wouldn't hurt us to cut down some anyway to help make it less expensive.

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If you get into an azure standard standard drop site, they have pastured eggs for $8.75/2 dozen. But you can only get them once a month.

Misc farms in Duvall should have eggs this summer. You can sign up for their newsletter to find out. http://www.miscfarm.com/

I've also bought them at the Carnation Farmer's Market for $4.50/dozen.

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thank you!

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I'm on the hunt for this too and considering actually getting my own chickens. There is a place in Woodinville called Minnea farms that has them at their store. I forget the cost though. I wish I could find a place a bit closer to where I'm at though.

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We are on Kent East Hill.  We sell farm fresh eggs for $5 / dozen.  Also selling Khaki Cambell duck eggs for $6/dozen.  Discount on quantities.  Also available to deliver quantities.  Get some people together and I will deliver.

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I have eggs in Kent Easthill for $5 dozen chicken or duck.

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Hello,

 

I live across from Lake Meridian on Kent-Kangley. I am looking for a regular supply of farm fresh, natural eggs. I will be needing about 24 a week, if not more. Is this something that your business can handle? Also, what are your prices? Do you give volume discounts? Also, what is the nutritional difference between duck and chicken eggs?

 

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