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    What do you pay for pastured eggs?

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    I found a local farm with true pastured eggs for 6$ a dozen unfortunately they can't keep up with my measly 10 dozen a month order. I have been forced to go to a neighboring farm at 7$ a dozen... I just ordered 6 dozen so hopefully they are orange and flavorful like the previous farms were.

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    I buy them at a local natural food store from a local farm for $4.69 per dozen I think.

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    I pay 5.99 unless on sale. 7.99 for the same eggs but organic certified and soy free.

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    $9/dozen here in San Francisco unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceangrl View Post
    I pay 5.99 unless on sale. 7.99 for the same eggs but organic certified and soy free.

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    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaGirl View Post
    $9/dozen here in San Francisco unfortunately.
    I'm in Marin county so FYI there are much better options

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    I just bought a dozen at the farmer's market for $6.
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    Farmers' market - $5. Grocery store - anywhere from $4 for just organic to $7 for pastured, soy free, whatever. Pretty much at the grocery store, the more the word "free" appears, the more expensive they are. (N'Orleans.)
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    Chicken eggs X-large 2.80 a doz from the farmer down the road
    Duck eggs 3.20 doz from a farm a few miles away
    Goose eggs 1.20 each
    There actully all cheaper than buying reg eggs at the supermarket! (not that youd ever find goose eggs at tescos)
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