Crazy K Farm Poultry and Livestock is a non-profit organization! Our purpose is to provide shelter and care -- and, if necessary, rehoming -- to rescued, abused, abandoned, surrendered and homeless poultry. To help pay their significant feed and medical bills, we sell their eggs.
Eggs for Eating:
Eggs can be picked up from our farm year ‘round. Our pastured chickens eat all-natural food (including grass, bugs, frogs and whatever else they can chase down), drink only fresh well or pond water and lay wholesome eggs that are much better for you than typical store-bought eggs! Pastured eggs contain only about half as much cholesterol, are up to twice as rich in vitamin E, and are two to six times richer in beta carotene (a form of vitamin A), than commercial factory eggs. Pastured eggs also average four times more essential omega-3 fatty acids than factory eggs. Our eggs come in a veritable rainbow of colors, from darkest chocolate brown to whitest white – they even come in green and blue (compliments of our Ameraucana hens). When you crack open our fresh-tasting eggs, inside you'll find full-flavored yolks of a deep, orange-yellow color (from natural carotene) that only pastured chickens can produce. Once you taste our eggs, you will never buy from a store again. You will savor the difference! We sell eggs of mixed size and color for $2/dozen. Single color (white-, tan-, brown- or green-only) eggs are available for $3/dozen. Eggs can be picked up from the farm year around. Please call (800-980-4165) or e-mail us to make an appointment. Please note that our eggs are non-graded and we are therefore prohibited from selling to stores or restaurants. Sorry, we do not deliver.
Eggs for hatching:
We sell fertilized chicken eggs, Muscovy duck eggs, and a variety of goose eggs (African, Embden, Chinese). Our flock is certified pullorum-typhoid free. Our chickens eat all-natural food and their chicks are particularly healthy for it. We sell hatching eggs of various size and color, a veritable rainbow of natural hues including green (which are layed by our Ameraucanas). Our hatching eggs are a mix of any of the following (depending on which girls are laying at the time we collect eggs for shipping): Ameraucana, Cuckoo Marans, Barred Plymouth Rock, Golden Campine, Ancona, New Hampshire Red, Game Hen, Black Australorp, Silver Laced Wyandotte, Black Breasted Red Phoenix, Rhode Island Red, Leghorn, Buff Orpington, White Orpington, Bantam Cochin, Silkie, Frizzle Guinea Fowl and several others. Chicks may be pure or they may be mixed -- hard to know since all our birds range together. Hatching eggs can be shipped anywhere in the United States. The cost is $18.95 per dozen and $24.95 per 18 eggs for fertilized chicken eggs, shipping and insurance are included in the price. Please contact us for availability of Muscovy duck ($5.25/half dozen) or goose eggs ($2 each).
We ship eggs USPS priority mail (2-3 days; included in cost of eggs) or Express Mail (1-2 days; add $23 to cost of eggs). Unfortunately, we CANNOT offer a guarantee that all of your eggs will hatch nor can we guarantee they will not have been drop-kicked by someone at the post office and arrive in perfect shape; that said, we will pack them extremely well. Eggs are very fragile and may break or become scrambled if roughly mishandled by the USPS. To protect your purchase in the event your eggs are lost or misdirected by the Postal Service, the price of eggs includes insurance. If your Priority-shipped eggs do not arrive within 10 days (the optimum incubating time range), or your Express-shipped eggs arrive in 2 days, we will file a claim with the post office to obtain a full refund for you. Sorry, but we are not responsible for eggs once they leave our hands; nor can we accept returns.
"I purchase a dozen eggs from you and started them in my incubator the week before school started. I had a wonderful time with my kids. We watch, cheered, and cried as 10 of the chicks struggled into this world of ours! What a beautiful little flock we had at school! Each child in our school had their own special name for them! We built a coop out side the basketball area and the children took turns feeding, watering, cleaning, and caring for the flock! What a flock 6 hens and four roosters! Thank you for the eggs and lessons we learned for a life time."
Middle School Science teacher
Grace Lutheran School