No Grade Fresh Brown Eggs

Welcome to our Home Flock Pullets (Hens)

Hours at the Farm

Monday through Friday   10 am – 4 pm,
Saturday By Appointment
Sunday Closed
The Farm also makes deliveries by appointments; this can include several people working together with delivery to one location or it can be to a certain area, such as the Muleshoe Livestock Yard.

Buff Plymouth Rock Cockerell and Pullets about 19 weeks old

Featuring mainly Large Brown Eggs (not graded as Speckled Sussex do have medium eggs, Sex Link often have Jumbo sized eggs, and young pullets will have smaller eggs than when the pullets become hens producing a larger egg.)
A small flock is maintained of from 40 to 60 hens. These have Speckled Sussex, Buff and Barred Plymouth Rocks, Brown Sex-Link and a few Lavender Orpingtons.

There is a small breeding flock of 3 hens and 1 rooster, Speckled Sussex for fertilized eggs and rarely chicks, to be sold locally, available in 2020.   This Heritage breed has shown to be good egg producers, maximizing on feed consumption to laying eggs ratio, long lived, plus some are good “setters” as well as laying in cold weather. 

Plymouth Rocks, both the Buff and the Barred Rock, with a few Brown Sex-Link Pullets (hens) are the majority of the laying flock. These breeds also have size so they do make a meat bird for the table as well.​

This article is general and not the be-all, end-all on Merck’s vaccinations.  Enjoy reading on history and progress.  https://www.backyardchickens.com/articles/should-i-have-my-chicks-vaccinated-for-mareks-disease.73398/​

Gathered daily, sorted, placed tip end down in cartons, one dozen size or 18 count, and refrigerated at time of collection. Call or email for carton size desired. As State of Texas has very stringent requirements regarding the sale of graded eggs, your carton may have Large, Extra Large or even the smaller size of the Speckled Sussex.  However, the quality and taste are all the same regardless of size!  Eggs are not graded by size, any and all sizes can be in a carton.  ​Flock fed the best of laver mash, currently protein is at 20% and calcium at 5 to 6% as a part of the daily diet with corn, wheat, oats, very small amount of flaxseed, oyster shell for the calcium, Canola oil, other foods such as ground black eyed peas, and usually collection of seeds, sunflower or what is available locally, mixed nightly for the hens.  It is about as close to “Organic” as can be without dotting the “i’s” and crossing the “t”s associated with Organic.  No hormones or anything not natural is added in their diet.  

​These are happy birds.  Please call ahead with your orders. Email, please for phone number. Spammers have made this a necessity. Delivery points are being considered for 2020 with the Farm arranging to meet you within a reasonable radius of the farm location.  The Farm Market on Highway 54 going to Spade, Texas will also have farm eggs for sale.  Muleshoe Livestock Auction, Muleshoe, on Saturdays is also being considered.    

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