Just curious what everyone is charging for eggs this year.............

dreamyNbush

In the Brooder
10 Years
Jan 26, 2009
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Central Michigan (Ithaca)
I'm just curious as to how much everyone is charging for their eggs (non hatching) this year......I seem to see a lot of $1.50 or $2.00. I was going to raise mine to $2.00 this year but then I see lots of $1.50 and want to be in a competitive range.
My eggs are large brown and can include green/blue from Americaunas.
 

hennypenny9

Songster
11 Years
Oct 5, 2008
532
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Bellingham, Washington
I just searched my local craigslist, but no one is advertising! I recall seeing them for $3.00 and up here, which makes sense because Eggland's Best Cage-Free go for $3.59 a dozen. (I have to buy these as I can't find a steady local seller. They're not "farm fresh," but at least they don't make me nauseous like the cheap-o ones.)
 

FrenchHen

Chicken Ambassador
10 Years
Jan 26, 2009
2,182
12
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Bagshot Row
$2 a dozen until they start cranking out larger eggs. They started to lay in Dec, so the eggs are still a bit small.
Then $3, or $2.50 if you trade a carton too.
 

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