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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by daddyssteeler, Sep 7, 2008.

  1. daddyssteeler

    daddyssteeler In the Brooder

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    how much do yall sell your eggs for
     
  2. speckledhen

    speckledhen Intentional Solitude Premium Member 11 Years

    $2.50-3.00/doz for table eggs. Then I have some people who know their value and are happy to get them and others who for some reason think mine should be cheaper than what's in the store. Like I am not paying through the nose for feed every month, gee. [​IMG]


    For hatching eggs, $1 per egg plus shipping, basically, if they're purebred eggs.
     
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  3. Bi0sC0mp

    Bi0sC0mp Songster

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    are we talking eggs to eat or eggs to hatch??????
     
  4. schmije

    schmije Songster

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    $2 a dozen. But we could probably get more if we had more clients.
     
  5. daddyssteeler

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    to eat right now we are doing $2 a carton and 1.50 if you bring your own carton does that sound resonable?
     
  6. Bi0sC0mp

    Bi0sC0mp Songster

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    it does but there are many factors of makeing money in selling eggs..one the demand for fresh eggs in your area. two how many other people around you sell fresh eggs take all this into factor when you try to sell eggs hope it all works out for you
     
  7. yoker

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    I charge 2.50 a dozen and people give me cartens for free.
     
  8. daddyssteeler

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    ok thanks
     

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