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Greater Chicago Area Whole Food Nutrition Meetup Group Message Board › Egglicious and Turkey Delights

Egglicious and Turkey Delights

Robert & Theresa G...
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Chicago, IL
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We have a flock of Buff Orpingtons, Australorps, Americaunas and Barred Plymouth Rock hens. All are brown layers, except four lay green/blue eggs. They just started laying (first egg is the photo below), but once they are all producing we will have more than we can consume. Would you like fresh eggs from happy hens who have never been given GMOs, chemicals or antibiotics and were raised on grass and organic feed? Then please contact us to reserve your spot and we'd be delighted to provide your family with these egglicious farm eggs! Our eggs will cost more than store bought hens due to the high cost of organic feed.

We also have Midget White turkeys that have been pasture-raised on sunshine, grass and given organic feed. These are not broad breasted and grow at a slower rate, so may not be like commercially grown turkeys we are use to seeing in the store. We have a limited number available. Price TBD, but probably around $4.25-$4.50/lb. Females will grow to be 10-12 lbs (sorry, females are sold out, but we can put you on a waiting list in case some do not place deposits) and males will be 18-20 lbs. Our happy, pasture-raised turkeys have never been given chemicals or antibiotics or GMO feed, only organic feed. We will be processing our turkeys in late October/Early November. If you would like to order a fresh turkey in time for Thanksgiving, please place your order now before they are all taken.

Thanks in advance for considering our farm for fresh, local food...every time.

Robert & Theresa Gould
http://LoonyAcres.com­ (Excuse our dust...our website is a winter project and a work in progress!)
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