My state "laws", in part (a) All Alaska produced shell eggs sold, displayed, offered for sale, or for shipment within the state for general consumption, shall conform to one of the Grade and Weight classes as stated in 11 AAC 32.120, and shall be labeled to conform with 11 AAC 32.130. (a) Eggs shall not be offered for sale, exposed for sale, or held in possession with intent to sell in the state, if the package, container, or display, bears any statement or device which is false or misleading in any manner. (b) The word "fresh," "nulaid," "country," "hennery," "day-old," "select," "certified," "best," "fresh-laid," "guaranteed," or any other similar descriptive terms are prohibited in connection with advertising or selling eggs unless such eggs conform to at least Grade A as defined in sec. 120 of this chapter. Now if I could get my chickens to comply with the size and weight standards.......can you imagine the waste?