I'm trying to determine what to charge for my eggs. We have 14 chickens--6 leghorns, 4 cochins, & 4 brahmas, and we are currently getting anywhere from 9 to 12 eggs a day--all large with the exception of 1 or 2! Way above my expectations! I now have eggs coming out my ears and am thinking of selling them by word-of-mouth. I have been trying to research the "going" price in our area, but it is hard to know unless I classify my eggs. So, long explanation made short--how would you classify these eggs? Chickens are kept in an enclosed run/coop. It is an 8'x8' coop with a 12' x 25' run (size approximate). We would like to free-range, but predators prevent this. The run is now barren of any "greens", but they can--of course--munch on any insect that may find its way in. They always have access to vegetarian layer crumbles mixed with a small amount of 3-grain scratch (cracked corn, whole milo, whole wheat). I throw several handfuls of scratch mixed with a small amount of oatmeal in the chicken daily--mainly to keep them busy! In addition, they are fed a montage of "treats": old--but not spoiled--vegetables and fruit, greens (romaine hearts, spinach, or similar greens), yogurt fairly regularly and usually mixed with cooked rice or oatmeal, and lots of leftovers (avoiding anything excessively salty, sugary or spicy). On occasion, I even pick up a couple dozen crickets from the pet store (we have to get them for our lizard anyway). Sorry this is so long, but I'm trying to give enough detail for you all to advise. Thanks in advance!