This is the first winter that I'm selling my eggs on a 'self-serve' basis where my customers pre-pay and I leave them their eggs in a small fridge that is outside. It is on an open porch that has a roof. It's going down to the mid-20's tonight and I read that these type temps will kill a fridge by doing something to the freon. Anyhow, I took my eggs out for tomorrows customers since I was afraid they would be frozen in the night and unplugged the fridge. Anyone have some insight to share with me? This self-serve system has been terrific for all of us - I hate to go back to having to meet my customers at specific times during the winter months [not that my customers are anything but wonderful - it's just very confining to have to make 'egg dates.'] Thanks.