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by Melisa on Apr 17, 2017

Naturally Raised Free Range Duck Eggs

Organically raised, certified naturally grown, free range duck eggs available from Misty Morning Farms, a certified naturally grown farm, in Deer Island, Oregon. We free range our ducks during the day and coop them at night. They are supplemented with organic produce from a Portland co-op during the day, and fed organic, non-GMO, no corn or soy, Scratch and Peck fed in their coops at night. $6 per dozen, delivered into Portland. Call 503-397-7999 to schedule a time. Duck eggs have twice the nutritional value of a chicken egg and stay fresher longer due to their thicker shell. Duck eggs are richer with more Albumen making cakes and pastries fluffier and richer. Duck Eggs have more Omega 3 fatty acids ..something you can actually see in the salted pickled eggs the Chinese love to eat. Omega 3 is thought to improve everything from Brain health to healthy skin. Duck Eggs are an Alkaline producing food, one of the few foods that leave your body more alkaline which is a great benefit to cancer patients as cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline environment. Chicken eggs are an acid food leaving your body more acid.

by Sam on Apr 08, 2017

Looking for long-term volunteer or part-time job opportunity

Greetings, I am in search of a long-term volunteer or part-time job opportunity for a farm or other food production business practicing responsible management (sustainable, biodynamic, organic, permaculture, etc.). Ideally would be no more than one hour's drive from Portland. I currently have a 9-5 job I need to work around, so evenings/weekends are best, but I could carve out a few hours on a weekday under the right circumstances. The goals are to meet like-minded folks, get my hands dirty, and work towards aligning my life with my passions. I am very passionate about food, food systems, small farm viability, and ancestral health. I contribute to several organizations in these areas (Cornucopia, FTCLDF, Weston A Price). I don't have much farm experience, but I did volunteer on a farm in the past and spent most of that experience butchering chickens. I can provide those farmers as a reference if needed.  My professional background is in a variety of business support roles (finance, accounting, HR, IT) in a variety of industries, and I am happy to leverage those skills as well.

by Ian on Apr 06, 2017

Want to buy a hen.

I lost one of my three hens yesterday. Does anyone have a spare egg laying hen they'd be willing to sell?

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