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.

 

Berry Patch Farms

They carry soy-free eggs from Gail Johnson: (970) 352-0150

http://berrypatchfarms.com/
13785 Potomac St.
Brighton, CO 80601
303-659-5050

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

 

Donoma Farm

Organically and biodynamically grown beef, pork, chicken, ducks, and eggs.  Purchase through a CSA account and pick up at a Boulder site bi-monthly.

Farmer Justin
www.donomafarms.com
10018 Weld CR 110
Carr CO 80612
(303) 408-3464
E-Mail: justin@donomafarms.com

 

Heartsong Farm

Soy-free organic eggs from a small farm on the eastern plains sold through:

Rocky Plains store
http://www.rockyplains.com/

Erie Store:
4022 WCR 11
Dacono, CO
303-833-3791

M-F 12:00pm-5:00pm
Sat 9:00am-5:00pm

Loveland Store:
207 S. Washington Ave, Loveland
970-667-3112
970-217-7985

M-Sat 9am-4pm, Closed Wed

 

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
ahoussney@gmail.com

 

Kiowa Valley Organics

http://kiowavalleyorganics.com/
(303) 419-8305
sales@kiowavalleyorganics.com

Available at:

 

Updated 7/30/2015

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