not from poor hens in cages or living in very tight uncomfortable quarters. Lastnight I was telling my husband about the battery hens that Livstock 101 rescued. I told him the whole thought of the situation she discovered just made me sick. My DH asked me what I wanted to do about it. I said "not buy eggs that come from such a place". But that has left me wondering where exactly I can get eggs from chickens who are humanely treated. My mom has decided that she thinks 2 of the 5 roos I got as extras from Ideal are really hens. I am still trying to persuade her to keep them for eggs and possibly one of the roos. She is slowly warming up to the idea. I can't legally have chickens here in our subdivision--I have a next door neighbor on one side who seems to be of a litigious nature and the other could care less if I had chickens. Since I can't have chickens right now, what can I do? When I was at Wal-mart today I was confused with all the different seals on the egg cartons. I finally bought the one that said "cage-free", but I know that is no guarantee that they are treated humanely. Is there anyone on the north side of Houston who has fresh eggs to sell who would be interested in another client? Cheri, do you sell eggs? If ya'll have any good ideas, I would sure appreciate some help. I just hate the idea of perpetuating such awful treatment of chickens, or any animal for that matter.