Eggs: soy-free and pastured

Soy-free eggs are preferred because the isoflavones from soy get into the yolk of eggs when chickens are fed soy.  For more information on the health dangers of soy, read this article.   Pastured eggs may be difficult to find in the winter when chickens’ egg production dops.

This list is provided as a resource; users are encouraged to ask the farmers about the diet and care of their animals.


Backyard Chickens on Craigslist

Finding a farm with a good supply of free-range eggs can be difficult, therefore you can check the listings at craigslist to find some people who raise chickens in their backyard.


Berry Patch Farms

They carry soy-free eggs from Gail Johnson: (970) 352-0150
13785 Potomac St.
Brighton, CO 80601

Hours: June-Sept: Tues-Sat: 8-6| October: Tues-Sat: 10-4 | Nov-May: Sat: 10-3


Donoma Farms

Organically and biodynamically grown beef, pork, chicken, ducks, and eggs.

Farmer Justin
10018 Weld CR 110
Carr, CO 80612
(303) 408-3464


Jacobs Springs Farm

Eggs are self-serve on their farm at the SE corner of Arapahoe and 75th St.  Sometimes have duck eggs.

Andre Houssney
7602 Arapahoe Rd
Boulder, CO  80303
(720) 201-5725


Kiowa Valley Organics
(303) 419-8305

Available at:


Light Root Community Farm

Biodynamic raw milk dairy that also offers eggs, cream, and Grade B maple syrup. Eggs are only available to milk share owners.
Cameron Genter and Daphne Kingsley
Light Root Community Farm
7945 N. Foothills Hwy
Boulder, CO 80302


Updated 6/13/2017

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