PREMIUM PASTURE AND POND RAISED DUCK EGGS ARE NOW IN STORES, GET THEM WHILE THEY LAST! TRY THEM TODAY, DELICIOUS, AMAZING FOR BAKING AND EXTRA CREAMY YOLKS!
Please note that we will only be offering eggs through Grocery Stores in the Portland Metro Areas. We do not sell off the farm anymore.
Learn more about Portland's only licensed egg farm. Visit our FAQ's!
Welcome to Phoenix’s Egg Farm, we are located in NW Portland. We now offer farm fresh pasture raised duck and chicken eggs!
For generations, my father and grandfather had duck and chicken farms back in Thailand. Today we still raise our birds like they did over 70 years ago. We believe that our Ducks and Chickens should not be in cages and should have access to fresh air, bugs, and greens. With this lifestyle the birds are healthy and living a more humane and much happier life. With your support we truly can offer healthier foods and change how animals are raised and treated.
Thank you for thinking about where and how your foods are made, how your animals are treated and supporting the original concept of where healthy foods should come from, just a few minutes away. We hope you join us in this revived way of thinking and living. Thank you for all of your support!
Souriya, Sophin, and Phoenix
Phoenix's Egg Farm
How close are we to your favorite store?
ONLY minutes to you and 4 minutes from Rock Creek PCC.
Just 10 mins north of Hwy 26th and 185th Ave (tanasbourne)
Only 20 mins from NW 23rd and Downtown Portland
Questions? Visit or FAQ's link first, there are lots of Answers!
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Office Phone/fax - 503.372.6819
Studies have shown that free-range eggs are nutritionally better for you! Check out the facts at Mother Earth News
****playing it safe****
**** We strive to make sure our eggs are safe by collecting eggs several times a day in clean nest boxes, clean eggs as required and quickly package and then refrigerate immediately.
The FDA now requires that eggs must be packaged and refrigerated within 36 hours. We exceed these newest standards. This minimizes Salmonella from growing in or on the eggs. One should assume, most raw foods may have some level of bacteria and as usual we advise that all eggs be properly cooked to a temperature of 165F to ensure destruction of any Salmonella and to wash hands with soap after handling eggs. After all we do live in a world of microbes.
Phoenix's Egg Farm