Say hello the Flack Family of Homestead Farm, producers of free run and pasture eggs.

The parents of Pat Flack opened the farm to raise chickens for meat, eventually switching over to raising chickens for their eggs.

After Pat graduated high school, Homestead Farm started grading the eggs they produced to sell to local businesses. After some years, the family decided to specialize in Free Run Eggs. The eggs are gathered from small farms owned by Amish and Mennonite farmers; and all of the eggs, whether they are chicken, duck, or quail, are raised humanly and in low-stress environments.

The Pasture Eggs are from chickens raised in the pasture for most of their lives, eating mostly grass. The Free Run chickens are given regular pasture access.

Visit Stasis to pick up a dozen Flack Family Free Run or Pasture Eggs.


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