Our Dabbling Free goose eggs are seasonal, supersized and very special, but be warned… bigger soldiers required!
The newest addition to our free range fold, the dabblers are by far the noisiest of the girls, but we wouldn’t have them any other way! They’ve made themselves right at home from day one, spending their days dabbling and grazing in the fields before snuggling up together in their straw at night.
Rich and creamy, with giant golden orange yolks, our Dabbling Free goose eggs are a treat whether scrambled for brunch or beaten for baking. One goose egg is comparable to around three medium sized hen’s eggs and they also have a much higher yolk to white ratio.
The goose egg season is relatively short, with the season starting as early as mid-February and ending around June, with each of the girls laying around 35-45 eggs per year.
Packaged inside a little cardboard shed, inspired by our commitment to traditional free range egg farming, each box contains two beautiful pale-shelled goose eggs with enormous golden yolks within.