Jason’s and Jack’s Crazy Eggs!

Me (Jason), my wife (Amber) and our son (Jack) have a small backyard flock. From time to time, we get an egg surplus and like to share with neighbors. To make the process easy, we setup an automated system at our house. Please send me a text/email/or PM on Nextdoor for the address and how many you would like. Assuming we have extra, I will put some out for you. Just leave the money in the ziploc bag.

Once you have the address follow the instructions below for the eggs. We live down a long driveway and you can easily turn around (circular turn around) when you arrive.

The chickens are in the backyard in a secure automated coop with a large outdoor run, to keep them safe. You can learn more about the coop and chickens by clicking here.

Walk up to the front door as pictured above.

Go to the bin on the porch and open it.

We have a cooler in the bin that is powered and will keep the eggs cooled in the summer.

Take your eggs and leave cash in the ziploc baggie that is inside the cooler. The eggs are $5/dozen.

If you hear dogs barking, it’s just our pug and boston terrier either in my office over the garage, inside, or outside in the fenced in yard.