I don't know what the risk of being sued is for selling eggs without liability insurance. I know that only like 1 in 20,000 eggs has enough salmonella in it to sicken someone who is immunocompromised, but it only takes one person saying they bought eggs in the farmer's market for me to lose my home. The vendor insurance I was able to look into was $600 for the year. I don't have a farm policy as we are a hobby farm and don't really have a reason for that, so I have nothing to attach a regular "roadside stand" million coverage policy to. Except for that vendor insurance, we don't have options available that I know of. It's not like I'm going to be raking in the $$ either, we are going to be selling $.50 above our costs, which will probably only cover the cost of the brochures and everything else, not even paying me, let along me selling an extra 1200 cartons to make up for the cost of the insurance to break even! What do you think is the risk? We're in Oregon, but people are just as sue-happy here as they can be in California (1/2 of them are from CA any way ) Do any of you sell in such an arena? do you have insurance? where'd you get it and how much was it? Please help me out, the FM is tomorrow and I'd need to prepare for everything for my booth today and tomorrow. I know all the labeling rules and storing etc. I just need help with the whole insurance concept. I'm so nervous, not that I have a lot to lose but what I do have I want to keep! Thanks so much!!!