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Heritage Hill Farm

1 doz Pasture Raised Brown Eggs (large to extra large)

Eggs: Pastured

Produced by hens roaming on pastures while eating grass and bugs, an essential part of their diet. One dozen eggs.USA / Indiana / Shelby County

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Q: Not really a question, but I just saw the comment about the styrofoam containers and would be happy to return them next time!! Thank you for providing us such great eggs!! We love them!!

A: Thank you for your comment. We are glad you appreciate the eggs and returning cartons is much appreciated by us and the environment.

May 19th, 2019 person_outline Barbara O.
Q: I love your eggs and usually get 1-2 dozen each week! I am not a huge fan of styrofoam containers though. If I send them back with my order each week, would you reuse them?

A: I struggle with Styrofoam also. My eggs are large enough that I have not been able to locate a suitable pulp carton to use. If you return, I will certainly reuse as it is better for the environment. LaVonne

May 2nd, 2019 person_outline Eva
Q: Is any added feed non GMO?

A: I use feed from a smaller grainery and although non GMO ingredients may be present, I cannot guarantee such a thing. I also support my local farmer buying buying local from this grainery. We are working on a method to guarantee non GMO but it is a work in progress. Thank you for considering local product. LaVonne Armes

November 2nd, 2018 person_outline Debbie Davis
Q: Do you routinely use antibiotics for your chickens?

A: Antibiotics are not used on the flock. Sickly birds are removed to maintain flock health. LaVonne

September 13th, 2018 person_outline Jan Ledford
Q: how old are the eggs when you sell them to market wagon

A: The oldest eggs are 7 days old and the freshest being one day.

August 2nd, 2018 person_outline Jan Ledford
Q: Are antibiotics used rountinely for your chickens?

A: Antibiotics are never used. The chicks are fed non medicated feed. So, no antibiotics ever. Sickly animals are removed from the flock to protect it. LaVonne

May 21st, 2018 person_outline Jan Ledford
Q: Love the really big eggs that have double yolks.

A: Glad to hear that you are enjoying the production of our girls.Thank you for supporting the local producer

January 15th, 2018 person_outline Judy Denhart
Q: My wife Angela was told by lavonne that she’d sell 15 dozen for $3.15/doz. do you have that this week and if so I’ll take them......

A: I am sold out this week but can schedule next week, if you would like. LaVonne

November 13th, 2017 person_outline Randy Szumski
Q: Are your chickens fed gmo's?

A: I support a local grainery and in doing so they cannot guarantee that the feed is non gmo. It depends on which load is used for local buys. It may or may not be.

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Mike
Q: Are the chickens fed soy?

A: Hens are supplemented with a traditional feed that may contain soy bean meal as a protein source

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Demi
Q: Are the chickens fed soy?

A: When supplemented with feed, it may contain soybean meal as a protein source

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Demi
Q: Can we return your clean egg cartons for re-use?

A: That would be great.. I will check on how it could be done in the current system

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Linda
Q: Have your hens been treated with antibiotics and/or hormones?

A: My birds arrive as chicks and are not fed medicated feed. Birds that are sickly are quickly culled so as not to hurt the flock. Antibiotics are not used on the farm.

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Chen
Q: Do the eggs have orange yolks?

A: They are a dark yellow lending to orange. The color varies depending on their diet

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Lynn
Q: What size are these eggs?

A: The eggs are larger than medium and getting larger every day as the girls have been laying only two months

October 22nd, 2019 person_outline Dee Allen
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format_quoteThese are my favorite eggs. Rich yolks, very large so I only need one for a single omelette. Although they barely fit in the containers, I have had only one broken after many dozens. I send the foam containers back through MW. Local product and I know LaVonne treats her chickens well. Thanks!.format_quote

May 19th, 2019 person_outline James P.
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format_quoteClean, and nice sized eggs. They all arrived safely.format_quote

May 2nd, 2019 person_outline Lindsay B.
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format_quoteWell packaged product with homemade label, which I love. The eggs are very fresh and yummy. It is not runny or pale at all. Plus, I am happy that my family is eating from local farms. It’s a great price too. format_quote

November 2nd, 2018 person_outline Kiki
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format_quoteNice eggs...big yolksformat_quote

September 13th, 2018 person_outline Nicole
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August 2nd, 2018 person_outline Kim
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May 21st, 2018 person_outline Angela
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format_quoteReasonably priced, in my opinion, compared to the big-box store free-range eggs. I'd rather support local!format_quote

January 15th, 2018 person_outline Michelle
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format_quoteTried them last week and was very happy! No more supermarket eggs for me!format_quote

November 13th, 2017 person_outline Kailey