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Milo's Poultry Farms

"Specializing In Quality Organic Eggs"

About Us

We are an Amish farm family in rural Wisconsin. We live on an organic farm and now have 7 children, the oldest 4 gather most of the eggs and help with other work on the farm, too. This is my home farm"/have lived here since I was 8 years old. We have a state-inspected facility on the farm where we wash, grade and package eggs. My egg business started in 2004 in an old wooden granary with a small flock of chickens. My hobby grew into a business that helps sustain other family farms across rural Wisconsin. I require these farmers to use my feed recipes and give the hen’s access to the outdoors and pasture, seasons and weather permitting. Because of customer demand and farmers wanting to produce eggs according to the feed they are able to access locally, we now have 4 different types of eggs; regular organic, Omega 3 organic, Non-GMO cage free, and regular conventional cage free. We manage all our flocks the same, so only the information on the label will tell you what type of feed the flock was fed that produced those eggs. We have a number for every farm and that is included in the DOP number stamped on the end of the carton, which helps us with quality control. We also use a lot numbering system to keep the different types of eggs separate. The eggs are all gathered by hand and mostly handled by hand. We used to have mixed flocks of chickens, so we had white and brown eggs in the same carton, but we have learned over the years that they tend not to get along very well. One breed is always more timid and therefore gets the backseat. We now have all brown egg layers, partly because many people have the mind-set that white eggs aren't as good, but I still firmly believe that white eggs can be just as nutritious and tasty if the hens are all in the same house and all get fed the same. In the future you might see some green eggs mixed in, which come from a South American breed. The color of the shell has nothing to do with the quality inside. The quality, size, inside color and taste of the egg will vary with the seasons, the weather the personality and age of the bird. Chickens are just like people, each one is unique. Most hens like it outdoors, while some enjoy their shelter. Some are lazy, some full of energy. Some are shy while others are bold and bossy. A hen that bosses herself around and always gets the choice morsels will tend to lay an egg with a richer yolk. A more timid hen may produce a paler yolk. Older hens tend to produce a paler yolk as well. These are a few reasons you may notice variations. There are many factors that influence the richness of an egg. Even in winter, fresh air and sunshine help produce richer eggs. In spring you should see richer yolks. In summer you may see paler yolks due to heat stress. In fall they should be richer again. To find which stores near you carry our eggs, please give us a call. We are glad to answer any questions you may have. I always had dreams of expanding the business to other products, but customer demand has crowded everything else out. We do sell some grass-fed beef off the farm. We also sell a lot of eggs right off the farm, so you are welcome to stop in! You can just buy a dozen or two if you like, but if you buy a 15 dozen case, we will give you wholesale price. We are open Mon-Sat from 8:00-5: 00.Your satisfaction is important to us. We gladly accept any feedback you may have. It may help us serve our hens and customers better. Thank you for buying local and organic products!

Sincerely, Milo and Edna Ellen Bontrager

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On 3/15/2024 Josef Benjamin had this to say:
These are not my normal eggs, as where I purchased is nowhere near where I live in Detroit (purchased in Hamtramck, a local store, 20 minutes away), but guess what trip I'll be looking for as long as I remain in Michigan? lol First, the eggs are hard and steardy. I like to eat my eggs raw most times (just quicker, no mess, no cooking time, and digest faster)/ I've eaten expensive, $7 cartoon eggs that are "pasture raised", and though good, Milo's Amish produced eggs are oh-my-god GOOD! The flavor is unmatched I'm addicted to the damn eggs and get buy any other kind, anywhere else, except where I know I can currently get them (until I find a closer supplier, hopefully). What was just an emergency run to give me fuel while doing labor became a stable in my diet. Now that I know what eggs are SUPPOSED to taste like, my "egg-standard" has changed, and now I can't accept any eggs BELOW the standard Milo's set. Thanks again, and I'm currently scouring to see if I can find any other products you have a available

On 2/11/2024 Zuber Zindran had this to say:
We live in near Janesville and bought Milo’s egg from the woodman thick shell with yellow yolk.. we love it…

On 10/1/2023 Theresa Hafner had this to say:
Love this bbn place so amazing get all are eggs and more th as n we ever need there wonderful and so VERY FRESH 😁😊😎

On 7/30/2023 Sam Miller had this to say:
Come get your eggs here, it's the place to put all your eggs in one basket!

On 4/17/2023 Net Zero Chase had this to say:
I live in Chicago and bought Milo eggs at Woodman's. The eggs were awesome; rich yellow yokes, thick shells. What i also loved about Milo wrapper/egg case is there's tons of information about the product. I plan to buy regularly - Sam Pradhan

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Milo's Poultry Farms
N3873 Valley Rd. Bonduel, WI 54107
Phone: (715) 758-6709
Fax: (715) 758-2265

Located 2 Miles West and 1/2 Mile South of Bonduel

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Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


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