I am getting on average 19 - 24 eggs per day from my pullets. The eggs have really come up in size and the yolks are orangey and sit high on a compact white. They are amazing to bake with! I sent a basket of 60 (sixty!) eggs to work with my husband before Christmas to help with the overflow. I went from 11 eggs one day to 20+ the next and every day there after. After 5 days I had more eggs than I could bake with and with so many people gone for the holidays no one to pass them on to. So, I sent them off to Metro D.C. thinking those folks would jump at a chance for farm fresh eggs probably better than any egg they could buy in a grocery store up there. I am surprised daily by the people who turn down FREE farm fresh eggs. A large number of people turned their nose up at them! Can you believe it? They were shocked at brown eggs, light brown and dark brown. The speckles on the eggs set them into near fits of disbelief. I told my husband he should have told them the eggs in the grocery store are spray painted white. Or that the brown eggs are rooster eggs! Hahahahahahaha! I crack me up! (Get it? Crack like to crack an egg? Never mind - ) The people who really knew what was being offered took them graciously. They even sent a note of thank you home to me. They came back to work the next day with tales of what they did with the eggs for supper that night. I know one person was waiting for my eggs to try homemade eggnog. I believe I could write a book on hens and eggs but it wouldn't do any good for the most part. It seems most city folk are so far removed from their source of food one lady didn't even believe the egg actually came out of the chicken. My husband told her it was true, straight out of a chicken butt. This same woman took a few eggs home, put them inthe trunk of her car actually, to transport them so they would not contaminate her car. Forgot they were there and they froze over night. Which, of course, caused the shells to crack. She came back telling how she had "yellow stuff' in her car and she didn't know an egg would freeze. Doh! He had to explain the 'yellow stuff' was the yolk. Also that pretty much anything will freeze in 20 degree weather. Even eggs! Hahahaha! People like that will starve to death if left in the wild for very long. Actually, the more I think it about it that is pretty sad to be that ignorant about food resources.