Free Range Eggs

We are a registered producer of free range eggs laid by our lovely Ladies : made up of a mixed flock of Black Rocks, White Leghorn hybrids, Blacktails, Light sussex and home bred girls.
The Farm Gate hutch is well stocked with eggs – we are sanitising the doors and the honesty jar several times a day.
Support Kintaline = In the difficult circumstances that the coronavirus has brought to us, I am looking at what I can sell to help to pay the bills here at Kintaline. June 2020- Coronavirus update : The FEEDSTORE is still openfor wild bird feed, poultry feed and bedding, dog, horse, pig, sheep feeds – please contact us before coming, respect our safety arrangements, payment by BACS / Card, and please order in advance to keep your livestock supplied. We can arrange delivery if that helpsFree range eggs at the farm gate, hutch fittings and money pot being disinfected regularly. Free range pork we just have a few packs of sausage, bacon, mince left – we will make careful arrangements for buyers : Beeswax wraps and a few plants available from the farm or mail order. As timber supplies re-establish, the manufacture and delivery of Henhouses is beginning again. As the Covid movement restrictions relax a little and we can move about more in our local area, if you are visiting a loved one whose grave you would have normally visited in this time, we can make up one of our lovely all natural foliage wreaths to take with you.

We also  have Muscovy Duck, Quail and Guinea fowl who will give us eggs seasonally.

Our girls and their ancestors have been supplying scrummily delicious guest breakfasts for local Guest houses and B&B’s for decades now. –
Bakers selling their wares can buy from us knowing they maintain the food chain requirements (that is not the case from unregistered back yard egg sales)
Our Eggs just £1.75 a half dozen at the hutch direct from the Farm gate .. if that runs out through the day, please just drop into the farm to ask for more.

Please get in touch to discuss your needs.



Creating a Living Larder : Food, Fibre & Fuel from a few acres in North Argyll