Meet our furry, fuzzy, feathery & fluffy animal family below!
Let's be honest - these pups run this farm and keep us all in line. Gunner - Golden Retriever, Domino - Mixed Breed (aka: Farm CEO), Scout - Papillon (aka: Chief of Staff), Colt - Labrador Retriever
Living out in the country, no farm is complete without a barn cat or two.
The ducks are not only a great source of entertainment for us, but also provide plenty of eggs that we offer for sale when available.
We have quite the array of Chickens running amuck on the Farm!
We offer farm fresh Chicken and Duck eggs for sale when available.
Meet the humans who revolve around the animals that live on Barthold Farms.
$2.50 Half Dozen
$3.50 Half Dozen
$6 Dozen (6 Chicken & 6 Duck)
$3 Half Dozen
If you are local to North Texas, specifically north of Denton, Texas you are welcome to contact us at any time and see what our supply is like.
Chicken Eggs $5
Duck Eggs $7
Mix & Match (6 chicken/6 duck) $6
Bring an egg carton or reuse your Barthold Barnyard egg carton and receive $1 discount on the price of a dozen eggs.
Half Dozen Prices:
Chicken Eggs $2.50
Duck Eggs $3.50
Mix & Match $3
Fresh eggs for both Chickens and Duck last quite a while. Our eggs are sold unwashed so that the protective membrane stays intact and keeps the egg good longer. Once the eggs are washed they need to be stored in the refrigerator immediately and shelf life decreases significantly.
When keeping your eggs unwashed you can anticipate the eggs to last 2 weeks stored on the counter and up to 3 months when unwashed eggs are stored in the refrigerator.
Chicken and Duck eggs are the same in this aspect. If you are unsure if an egg is still good fill a bowl or cup with approximately 4 inches of water. Place the egg in the water. If the egg floats/stands straight up that means it has spoiled. If the egg sinks, or rolls on to its side it is considered still good.
Another way to tell if eggs are still good is by cracking them open and looking at the yolk and egg whites surrounding it. If they are still bright orange or yellow and the whites are clear and standing up around the egg then it is still good. Eggs that have spoiled will have a pale yolk and cloudy/runny egg whites.
No knock on chicken eggs but if you've never had ducks eggs it may be time to try them. Some benefits of duck eggs are: