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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by Chicken Charlotte, Nov 20, 2010.
I have free range eggs and im getting to many! How much should I sell them for?
I charge $4 here in NORCAL.
I charge $1.50 per dozen of my large eggs! I have sold all my eggs at that price and continue to get more orders!
I get $3 here in sw wa. Check your local CL (farm/garden section) to get an idea what they're going for in your area.
The OP is in Australia.. So things are a little different out here. I think $3 - $ 4 a dozen is a good price range for genuine free range. But it does depends a lot on how many other people in your area sell them..how many you have and who is buying them. OH...also the size too.. Bantam or standard fowl - you would have different prices depending on the size of the eggs.
I've heard you can get away with charging more if you have a variety of colors (egg shells). People will pay for the novelty.
I get 3$ a doz and I probably could get more as alot of my cutomers will spend 5$ a doz on store bought eggs when I dont haveenough to fill orders!
We charge $4.00 per doz.here in central Florida and sell 20 dozen within an hour at our local Farmer's market.
Quote:thats awesome Judy-do you have to have a type of food certificate to do that-license? I mean I have things like that around here but have never sold things at them
here the organic farmers market eggs go for 7-8$ a dozen! But thats at the market, and thats organic, BUT they dont even have orange yolks! Alot of ppl on cl here sell em from 3-5$ not sure about conventional egg prices though, dont really pay attention to them...like 1$ or 2$ i guess?