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The Farm Las Vegas

The Farm Las Vegas Known simply as The Farm, Sharon Linsenbardt's five-acre homestead produces and sells fresh eggs - chicen, ducks, quail, and peacock among them - plus honey from resident hives, baked goods, jellies, fruits, and veggies.

Operating as usual

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More about The Farm in Las Vegas

We have REAL Free Range Hens
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Meet Real Free-Range Eggs

We have REAL Free Range Hens

The results are in: Eggs from hens allowed to range on pasture are a heck of a lot better than those from chickens raised in cages! A recent Mother Earth News study found that compared to conventional American eggs, real free-range eggs have less cholesterol and saturated fat, plus more vitamins A a...

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Why I am promoting The Farm...

Our eggs come from our chickens and are sold within 48 hours of packing. We clean them with water and not chemicals.
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Why You Don’t Want to Buy Organic Eggs at the Grocery

Our eggs come from our chickens and are sold within 48 hours of packing. We clean them with water and not chemicals.

Get your eggs from small local farmers you have direct contact with if you want a clean and fresh organic egg.

Address

7222 Grand Teton Dr
Las Vegas, NV
89131

Opening Hours

Saturday 9am - 4pm
Sunday 9am - 4pm

Telephone

(702) 982-8000

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Had a great time at The Farm on Saturday! Thanks Sharon & Cami for speaking with us for the video. Hope you guys like it πŸ™πŸ’œ!
I decided to take Nova to The Las Vegas Farm today to spend some well needed mother-daughter time. We were having fun looking at the turtles, feeding the goats, and looking at the baby pig. I purchased a ticket so Nova could ride on a pony. She was super excited, but being 3 years old, when she saw the horse, she got scared. I assumed she would, because I just watched other children her age (not black) come out of the horse riding area screaming and crying. Nova was afraid and did what most kids would do - cry. As I was consoling my child, this woman came over to me and said that my "boy" can not be at the farm screaming in front of the horses. I told her that my child is a girl and she was just afraid of the horses, which is why she didn't ride them. She said either way, she can't be crying in front of the horses. I said she's a toddler, toddlers cry when they're scared. She said I don't care she needs to cut it out and I said ma'am, do not talk to me that way. While i was waiting in line for the horseback riding, I sae her being VERY rude to volunteers and knew she was looking for a confrontation. After I told her not to talk to me that way, she told me I needed to leave. My daughter was the only black toddler that was crying. The other toddlers that elected not to ride the horse were white. She did NOT make the other children exit the premises who were crying and screaming in response to their fear of the horses. She singled out MY child and choose to talk to a paying customer in a disrespectful way. I am a regular. They know I'm Active Duty military because one of the volunteers works at Creech. My daughter and I often go there and spend our free time. I've been taking her since she was a little baby... So there need to treat loyal customers like trash because my 3 year old was afraid of the horse, is a reason I won't be back. #unprofessional #disrespectful #lasvegasfarm
I had the pleasure of working there last year.. Just saw her on News 8. Want to go back in the Fall!
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Want to bring kids tomorrow, besides cost to get in how much are the rides and how many things are there for the kids to do that cost? Can we bring our own carrots to feed the horses?