I was trying to find a recent discussion close to this but dont see anything. I have been selling my natural free range when weather always eggs to a local shop for 10 years. Last March I upped my price to $2.60 to a local shop and they are selling for $3.00. Im selling them on flats and they deal with the picky public. I deliver them every Tuesday and Friday there always out and now having to do a Saturday delivery. I talked to the owners daughter Monday and she asked me why I had slacked off on her 80 dozen a month when she has been getting 90 to 100 dozen a month since September. She also asked if I was selling them to anyone else and I told her they get all but 6 dozen a month just like it has always been. I have a few extra birds in the making but I dont think they will be laying for 5 or 6 more weeks. I told her we need to up the price .10 to $.20 because theres a shortage and she wants me to talk to her mom about it Friday. The daughter thought I should go up .15 and they should go up 20 and will talk to her mom. I should be fine once it warms up and can get them out side every day to roam. So now I need some help on what to do I know I will see her on Friday and I will say something about upping the price because of the shortage but my cost is only up about 2 cents an egg since March. I was wondering if $3.20 sounds high these days.