I went to Italy and left my flock of hens of 14 to the Hubby...not his fault but a stray dog caught one of my hens...hubby and a friend chased the dog down and rescued the sqwaking hen, but I was told that it must have died of shock later... I'm sad, but for a first time CHICK owner, I do understand that is the chance I take with letting my hens have free-range of our 5 acres... which brings me to this question...is that what my hens are...FREE RANGE? I have never caged them and they have a wonderful coop and run/pen... Question, so now I have 3 RI Reds and 10 High Yield Reds... theyall started laying about a month ago at the age of 4 months! Their eggs started out small in the first weeks, but all are now medium sized and great tasting eggs ... I had been handing the eggs out to family and friends but now I'm ready to sell the eggs ...I THOUGHT my eggs were called "Free-Range Eggs, but I do provide them with Tractor Supply Feeds, that is: DuMor Layer 16%, Cracked Corn, Purina DuMor Winning Show Feed, and Layena... I keep these feeds available at all times, as the hens are allowed to free range from about 10:30-11:00 in the morn when I let them out and gather their eggs... until they go to their roost at sundown...SO, do I label my eggs as Free- Range Eggs or what? I live in Central Oklahoma ... Edmond, OK...at what price a dozen do I sell my eggs? Do I reuse egg cartons or do I buy new cartons? Thanks!