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Artisanal Farms

Organic Pastured Local Egg

per 2.5dz eggs
min. 6 orders*
min. 12 orders*
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Saturday, May 27th
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No corn or Soybean. 100% Certified Organic, Local, Heritage Hens, 108 sq ft per hen. They live in a fenced in old pistachio grove. There diet is rye, wheat, alfalfa, clover, and fruits from our farm. We are always growing more crops to diversify their diet.


Certifications: Certified Organic

Practices: No practices currently listed.

Eligible zip codes

Artisanal Farms will deliver this offer on Saturday, May 27th to your restaurant or home. Delivery will cost $15.00. This seller delivers for free on orders totalling $95.00 or more.

Delivery is supported to these zip codes: 88901, 89104, 89109, 89124, 89128, 89133, 89138, 89146, 89152, 88905, 89106, 89110, 89125, 89129, 89134, 89143, 89147, 89153, 89101, 89107, 89116, 89126, 89131, 89136, 89144, 89149, 89154, 89102, 89108, 89117, 89127, 89137, 89145, 89151, 89155

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Artisanal Farms

Artisanal Farms

Artisanal Farms is located in Amargosa Valley, a 100-year-old community with a population of only 1,500 residents that is located about 90 miles north of Las Vegas. The presence of Artisanal Farms supports the local agricultural economy of Amargosa while providing local eggs to Las Vegas. These organic eggs come from Heritage Chickens which are breeds recognized by the American Poultry Association prior to the mid-20th century and must be slow growing, naturally mated, and able to live a vigorous life outdoors. Our hens live in old pistachio trees that mimic their natural habitat. We provide 108 sq ft of space vs the industry average of 0.8 sq ft. We are the only farm in the US growing our own organic feed and avoiding corn and soybean.