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Portland Backyard Chicken Keepers... You have a Potential Customer!!

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Location: Olympia, WA
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My girlfriend and I just relocated to Portland, and we are in search of a quality egg producer. We're in an apt complex for now, and so can't keep chickens of our own. We've looked into eggs at the Food Front Co-op, but the kind of quality stuff they have there is out of our price range. Is there anyone in the SW area of Portland who has some surplus eggs that they might be willing to sell us for around $4 a dozen? I can't justify $7.50 a dozen just to pay for an organic certification for a larger chicken producer.

If you are a backyard chicken keeper who produces the quality of eggs espoused frequently in this forum, please contact me!

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Location: Portland, OR
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Try Ludeman's backyard store at 12675 SW Canyon rd, in Beaverton. They have eggs there. Phone is: 503-646-6409.
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