Hi, I was hoping for some opinions. I have been selling (registered) eggs for almost a year now, I have been charging 3.00 a dozen but I increased prices because I am spending more on feed a week then I am making. I increased to 4.00 a dozen. My chickens are true free range and I always buy the best for them. I spend several hours a day caring for them. I live in Maryland and the store price for "cage free" at the stores are between 3.00 - 5.00 a dozen. I had a new customer stop today and tell me that I am just as expensive as the store. I always thought we should be since we are so small scale and I don't get my feed at wholesale prices. I just spent 100.00 on feed today (which will last about 11-14 days) and 200.00 for 500 egg cartons (which by state law I can't reuse) I have also had several customers tell me my price (when it was 3.00 doz.) was much too little.Where I live the average cost of a 50 lb/ bag of feed is 16.50. What are you charging a doz. I always sold out of eggs everyday when my price was 3.00 doz. Please help I am torn on prices. What is average and fair? Thank You!!