My hens have finally started laying again after a long break brought on by the increasingly short days and by their molting cycle. I'm delighted that we now have a small surplus of eggs in our fridge. I would love to begin selling the ones we can't use but am not sure how to go about it. I quite often have eggs with little poop smears on them, or bits of bedding stuck to them. I know its healthier to not wash the eggs, but I can't sell them with poop on them, so what do I do? Also, the sizes of my eggs vary quite a bit, as I have banties and a couple of new layers who are giving me some cute little eggs right now. Is it fair to sell the little eggs in with the big and just charge less per dozen? I was thinking of charging somewhere around $2.50 a dozen. If there's anyone near my area, can you tell me if I can sell them at a farmer's market or something? Thanks!