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Spring Makes for Happy Ducks and Many Eggs!

Spring Makes for Happy Ducks and Many Eggs!

Spring has sprung and that makes for a Nine Mile Farm full of happy ducks and lots and we do mean lots of eggs.  We would like to thank our customers who hung with us though the winter where egg count naturally drops and on top of it our major loss to a coyote.  All of that is behind us now, our girls are producing 7-8 dozen eggs a day and our inventory is at an all time high.  So if you have been waiting to get some uber fresh duck eggs, now is the time.

Eggs are Collected, Washed and Packaged Every Morning

Eggs are Collected, Washed and Packaged Every Morning

As always our eggs are from pastured ducks which are now on a 4 paddock rotation system, allowing them access to grass, herbs and insects every day.  They are also fed sunflower sprouts for breakfast every morning, which they now demand if Jack is even a few moments late in serving them.

To set up your pick up of eggs just call Dorothy at 866-821-FARM (3276) or email her at dorothy@ninemile.farm and she will hook you up.

On another note, the reputation for our eggs continues to spread and we are now on the menu at an incredible Restaurant called, The Ranch at Las Colinas.  If you are in the area give them a shot, they are serving our fresh duck egg on top of an incredible poutine, made with duck fat fries, meat, cheese and gravy.  Poutine is like the French Canadian version of nachos and it is currently hitting the DFW foodie community like a storm.

The Ducks Feasting On Breakfast Sprouts

The Ducks Feasting On Breakfast Sprouts

Anyway we hope everyone is having a great spring, please consider picking up some fresh duck eggs at our farm to make it even better, and please remember to tell your family and friends about our little farm.  We now have a limited supply of quail eggs and our production on them is growing daily.  Thanks to all of you for supporting our small local farm.  Remember if you don’t know who grew it, you don’t really know where it came from.

 

 

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