The Locally Laid Egg Company has always seemed to think and do outside the box, I mean look at their name, it is amazing. So now the company has decided to dip its toes or talons into the Airbnb game, but of course on their terms

Lucie Amundsenwho goes by the Marketing Chick for the company has said she had always hoped to incorporate a type of egg tourism for the company and now that has come to fruition. The company built a 6-foot elevated house that they are calling an AirB-N-Bawk.

Amundsen said to FOX21: “I don’t think anyone is doing something exactly like this anywhere. This idea that you can do all of the farm chores and process eggs and get your own carton and sell that at the farmers market. It’s really the whole package."

Visitors can choose their own experience while staying on the farm. Some of the activities include feeding and watering the chickens, gathering and packaging eggs to selling the eggs at the Duluth Farmers Market.

I think this is a fantastic idea for adults and kids alike to see all that goes into running a farm and a business. The few times I have been on a farm it was quite the eye-opener. It is some serious hard work and really made me appreciate just all that goes into the fresh food that we can so conveniently pick up at the grocery store.

Guests have 2 options on where to stay in the perch or the nest. The Perch is a 10x20 treehouse that includes a kitchen and a fire pit and the Nest is a less expensive option that sleeps three. For more information or to book a stay at the farm click on locallylaid.com.

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