Reviews for: Mulkeytown Fresh Farm
Properly Raised Chickens
By: Amy McReynolds (Nov 19, 2011)
Thank goodness for this farm. As a college student, I was afraid I was going to have to settle for terrible food, but I found their eggs at the Co-Op! Finally, a farmer who understands that chickens aren't vegetarians! Nothing added, no crazy hormones, just chickens eating bugs and grass. What more could you ask for?
By: Nancy McEvers (Jun 14, 2011)
I had no idea that there was such a major difference in appearance and taste of local pasture-raised eggs and chain store eggs! These pasture-raised eggs are wonderful. I am now a faithful convert. I am so thankful to live close to this farm so I can actually see the chickens and enjoy their eggs!
No bull. Just hens!
By: keith mckibben (Jan 14, 2011)
I have visited this farm twice in the last several months and what their website says is NO BULL. Their hens, or the girls as Becky calls them, are taken care of extremely well and they are almost like pets to the owners. I live too far away to enjoy their eggs, but I am 100% confident that you can not find a more wholesome, tastier or healthy egg anywhere. You can be assured that no steps are taken to increase the farm's production for the sake of quantity or to save in expenses. Walk some evening with Becky as she gathers the eggs and you'll know immediately that she cares about her hens, takes great pride in what they produce and she sincerely enjoys it!
Absolutely the best eggs ever
By: Robert John (Sep 21, 2010)
During the recent nationwide "egg crisis", I decided I needed to do better with my egg dollars, So I checked out the selection at the local co-op. That's where I found the eggs from Mulkeytown Fresh Farm. The eggs have a great looking brown shell. The best part, of course is inside the shell. The eggs stood up tall in the pan, they didn't slop all over like the "factory" eggs. The yolk color was the best looking I have ever seen, almost orange in color from the pasture diet the chickens have. The eggs were the best I have ever tasted. It is obvious to me that the pasture raised hens really produce a superior egg. I'll definitely be back for more.