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Where to Get Farm Fresh Eggs in Austin Any Day of the Week

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italyvespa Jun 28, 2010 03:33 PM

Where can you buy farm fresh eggs in Austin? What times should you go? Are any of these places open every day of the week for egg business (or multiple days)? I'd love to hear what options are available.

Also, a side note - does anyone have a preference on eggs from one farm over another?

I know you can get eggs from several vendors at the downtown farmers market on Saturdays (9am-1pm). Also Boggy Creek Farm sells local Vital Farm's USDA Certified Organic/Pastured Hens' eggs on Wednesdays and Saturdays (9am-1pm).

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    wendee Feb 19, 2012 04:07 PM

    Doublediamond has fresh farm eggs, they are delicious with a deep yellow color. All the chickens are free roaming and happy. Happy chickens make happy eggs! call 273-2331/970-1595

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      Steven Dilley Jun 29, 2010 10:28 AM

      The downtown Whole Foods also carries Vital Farms eggs.

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        pankofish Jun 28, 2010 08:15 PM

        Wheatsville carries Alexander Farm eggs consistently, and Whole Foods carries Jeremiah Cunningham's certified organic eggs @ around $6/dozen.

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          brentwood Feb 19, 2012 08:02 PM

          The Alexander Farm eggs are our favorite, and along with Wheatsville, you can find them at Fresh Plus (or at the fram in Del Valle, I believe).

          Wheatsville also offers a couple of other options (Vital Farms, and another local producer that I forgot.) Honestly, pastured eggs are so much better, you can't really lose.

          If you're interested, there's an annual tour of Austin's urban/backyard chicken coops. The next one is coming up in April. Check out http://fccooptour.blogspot.com/2011/0... for more.

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