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Eggs - Large

$4.50 / dz

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Eggs - Large
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Beautiful eggs from our naturally and organically raised flock of chickens! Our flock enjoys the great outdoors daily and is supplemented with independently tested organic, certified Non-GMO, soy free feed we purchase from a local family farm. This listing is for size Large. Check out our Peewees up to Jumbos, and our Duck Eggs, too!

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18432, Miller Avenue, Sandy Hook, Washington County, Maryland, 21758, United States of America
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