Goose Pond Farm,LLC
Hartselle, AL
256-751-0987
Free-range
Chickens
Grass-fed
Beef
Grass-fed
Lamb
Pasture/woods raised
Pork
Free-ranging
Turkeys
All Natural Eggs

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All Natural, Local, Farm Fresh
non-GMO Eggs

Raised-on-pasture, drug free, living the good life!


We have all natural eggs available here at the farm almost all the time.

And, to make it convenient, we have them available on a self-serve, honor system.

You can come anytime that it suits your schedule and get all you want.
No appointment is necessary and you can serve yourself.

No appointment; no hours; just when you feel like a drive out to the country – come on.

Here’s how it works. At the end of our driveway you will see a detached carport on your left. On the wall of that carport is a sign that says: 

“EGGS are in this refrigerator, self- serve”.

You open the door to the refrigerator and get as many dozen as you want. There is an honor “money can” in the door where you can put your money. You can pay by cash or check.

They are priced seasonally based on availability. The current price per dozen is on the door. Right now they are $5 per dozen.

Bridge Out: The bridge along the main road to our farm is out. Google Maps has the alternate routes. For a printable map to our farm, click here(opens in new window)

Our address is: 298 Goose Pond Rd, Hartselle, Al 35640

Occasionally, we make deliveries to the Huntsville/Madison area. If you’d like to receive the email notices of when we will deliver our all natural eggs, click on the link below and add your name to our email notification list. These eggs will cost more than picking up here on the farm.

How long will they last? The short answer is until they spoil…
However, with the proper care, you can generally keep them for several weeks in a well maintained refrigerator.

Here’s how: A least once each week, flip the carton over and store them upside down. Then the next time flip them over and store right side up. Keep repeating until they have been consumed. The yolks might get runny after a couple of weeks but the eggs will continue to taste great.


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