Every year people inquire about buying duck and goose eggs. Chickens lay for most of the year but ducks and geese only lay for a short time in the spring. I have one dozen right now and there will probably be more. These are for decorating as I am not sure of freshness. I do scramble them up for the dogs when I blow them.
The reason for the question is we have a goose who is setting and she pushed these out of her nest. Or they fell out. She had a very full nest – I think her sisters were laying in the same nest. I tried giving the eggs back to her several times and she seemed to appreciate it, tucking them back in. But then the next day I would find more out – possibly the same ones.
The goose eggs are $3 per egg and we can deliver along our delivery route for $10. That is cheaper and safer than shipping in the mail. If you’re ordering eggs you can get some fresh pork at the same time, frozen ribs and sausage. See the order form for details.
I will also be blowing and washing some eggs so if you would prefer to get cleaned eggs let me know. Those would be $4 each.
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