Wow! Do you get that much for your eggs? I went to the Phoenix Farmer's Market today and saw that the going rate for eggs seems to be $5 dozen (2 doz for $9)? Not to mention that a bunch of finger-sized carrots or 5 radishes was going for $2 each. Now, don't get me wrong, I am all for the ability of local produce raisers to make a good living, and they have to pay a portion to the market management, and the problems of industrial farming...and I realize you can't put a price on good food...but we just can't afford that. I don't see how people can unless they make a WHOLE lot more money than we do. In fact, even though I understand the real cost of growing food well...I find it sad and disturbing to think that only relatively wealthy people could afford to pay prices like that for groceries. And of course, yes you should grow your own veggies and eggs. But I live in a townhouse with no yard. The HOA fusses about the plants in pots around our townhouse, we have to keep our container garden practically up against the side of our house. Chickens are out of the question. On a side note...what arethe regulations, if any, about BYCers selling their extra eggs? I'm sure it varies by location. Do most people have a problem doing it?