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About eve789

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  1. Hi all, I'm raising a backyard flock 17 chickens (who range on two acres) on an organic, gluten-free, soy-free feed (peas, lentils, sunflower seeds, millet, and non-GMO corn, if I can find a source nearby), garden scraps, emphasizing greens + insects whenever and however possible. My question is, I'd like to find folks preferably local (I am in central NJ), or if I can find a way of sending eggs in the mail, perhaps farther, to barter our extra eggs for some other kind of good or produce. I know that it can be very difficult for folks with celiac who react to the trace amount of gluten in most eggs to find "gluten free eggs" unless they raise their own backyard flocks. Doing it this way is a bit more expensive and a bit more work, and I'd like to share the goodness. I'm just wondering if anyone here might benefit from our extra eggs? Fresh, unwashed eggs can last up to 7 months in a refrigerator and about a month unrefrigerated. Thanks!