Scout's Farmstead
Address: 7512 Union Mills Road SE Olympia, WA, 98503
About Us
Welcome to Scout's Farmstead LLC, a sustainable and ethically-driven farm run by a dynamic young couple—a geologist and a marketer—who are passionate about providing you with the finest, cruelty-free duck eggs available.

At Scout's Farmstead, we prioritize sustainable farming practices to ensure the well-being of our environment and our animals. We believe in a harmonious relationship between nature and agriculture, and our commitment to sustainability is at the core of everything we do.

Our geologist co-founder brings a deep understanding of the Earth's natural processes, allowing us to optimize our farming methods to work in harmony with the land. Our ducks are raised in a free-range environment, where they can roam and forage in open pastures, promoting their natural behaviors.

Additionally, we place a strong emphasis on animal welfare, ensuring that our ducks are raised in a stress-free environment. They are provided with a nutritious, GMO-free diet, and we prioritize their comfort and health at every stage of their lives. This dedication to ethical treatment is reflected in the quality of our eggs.

By choosing Scout's Farmstead duck eggs, you are supporting a small, local business that values sustainable agriculture and cruelty-free practices. Our eggs are collected daily, ensuring their freshness and flavor. From baking to breakfast dishes, these eggs are perfect for any culinary endeavor, delivering superior taste and texture.

We take pride in providing our community with a product that is not only delicious but also environmentally conscious. By choosing our sustainable and cruelty-free duck eggs, you are making a positive impact on the world while enjoying a high-quality product.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to providing you with the best, ethically-sourced duck eggs from Scout's Farmstead LLC.
- Sustainable water practices to reduce water waste (i.e. using biofilters and reusing nutrient-rich water.)
- Rotational practices to minimize soil disruption
- Composting dry and wet nutrients to use as fertilizer for vegetation.
- Free-ranging ducks in an optimally protective way to guard them against predators and potential harm while still maintaining a natural, enriching environment.
- Using best practices for biosecurity (i.e. monitoring and separating our flock when necessary and keeping a responsible flock size for manageability)
- Cruelty-free farming (we treat our animals like beloved pets)