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Our neighbors down the street have a pet ostrich, and every spring she lays about 20 (infertile) eggs. They don't really want to be bothered with selling them, so we sell them on their behalf! Price is for a single egg, not for 1 dozen.


Each ostrich egg is the equivalent by volume of about a 24 chicken eggs! The shell is very hard, and we recommend opening it by using a drill with a hole saw to drill into the wide end (where the air sack is) so that you don't have to break the egg with a hammer. The shell makes a fun collectible item! The texture and flavor are most similar to duck or goose eggs. We recommend blending the egg for cooking scrambled or as an omlette, since (much like with a duck or goose egg) the white can be tough if overcooked.


Ostrich eggs are avialable in the spring only. Due to their very thick shell and inner membrane, they last a long time; however, they are best eaten within one month of being laid. 

Egg, Ostrich

  • All of our meat is raised on pasture, fed a low-GMO, low corn, low soy base diet, and forages on pasture. Our butcher vac seals and then flash freezes our cuts.
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