I think the question is not do the eggs sell, but really why are you interested in selling them? If its to offset costs of keeping your chickens and to get rid of spare eggs then absolutely. I have never had any trouble getting my eggs to sell. I live in Virginia near coast and we sell ours in color variety of brown, pink and green at $4 dozen and $6 for 18 ct. If I am honest, we sell a lot more than we ourselves consume. Both my fiance and I have regulars who want eggs every week at work. Occasionally, there are weeks where suddenly other coworkers are asking for them as well and we have to start a waiting list. We do not buy any cartons and actually have more cartons than we need because anyone who knows we have chickens, whether customers or not, bring us any cartons they may have multiple times a week. If you let anyone you work with or family and friends know, before long, you will have plenty of cartons stored up and then some for what you need. That takes away some of the cost. We only currently have 7 hens and the 50lb bag of feed we buy them cost just around $12. We can get that easily just by selling two 18 ct.s in a week. Our girls are pretty consistent layers even in winter. If you have chickens, I say try it, and see how you do. Most people once they have tried the fresh eggs will always prefer to buy them than the store bought. I am no expert only a year into this chicken keeping, but its been a great experience including all the ups and downs. No negatives that we have found so far.