I love chickens. I crave more chickens. When I get new chickens my mind doesn't follow the natural course that with chickens comes eggs. I have 22 hens that are "eligible" to lay, plus three more girls that will be starting in a few weeks. Someone forgot to tell my girls that it's 90+ degrees outside and the humidity makes it feel much worse. Someone also forgot to tell my brahma girls that they were supposed to be slacking off now that they are three years old. Their getting older was the whole reason I bought more pullets. I've averaging 16 to 18 eggs a day. I keep the smaller eggs for us and the dogs, but still get a dozen or so a day to sell. I have six regular egg customers that buy every two of weeks, usually 5 dozen at a time - four my DH works with, two are neighbors. He also has co-workers that will occasionally buy some. Still I'm overrun in eggs. I can't sell from the house, for several valid reasons. I only sell to the two neighbors and DH sells the rest at work. We have to go to the farmer's co-op tomorrow so I am going to see if they have room to sell some for me; depends on how many suppliers they already have. I'm in the process of finding out what all is entailed in selling at a local farmer's market. Still, right now I have 13 dozen eggs in the fridge and just looking at them is In a little while here I am going to call the local senior citizen center and see if I can bring them some. They can't serve them to the seniors at the noon meal they provide (liability issues) but I believe they can let the seniors that want or need the eggs to take them home. No charge. Other than getting rid of some of my hens - and I would only be willing to let some of the younger hens go, not my brahmas - I'm not sure what I'm going to do.