Am I the only one that feels the need to keep massive amounts of eggs on hand? Looking at my second fridge one would think I'm preparing for the apocalypse and using eggs as my only rations. I've managed to get a few of the friends buying eggs, mainly to pay for food. I sold 3 dozen this week and right now have 8 in my fridge. My 9 pullets are each laying an egg per day almost every day even without added light. I remember when I couldn't wait for them to lay and now Its sort of like the waiting for your children to walk. Once they start they and are into everything you just ask why Its really enjoyable watching the progression of their eggs from the first laid golf ball size to what they are now. My wyandottes and single australorp eggs range from pink to brown and I'm able to ID each hens eggs after catching them in the act at least once. The egg consistency is pretty neat.