Oops! Egg storage. Did I read it wrong?

Talons

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Okay, so I think I've read everyone's thoughts, experiences, and opinions about how long fresh eggs on the counter and/or in the refrigerator without removing the bloom. Here's what I THOUGHT I came down to -
Up to one month on the counter.
Up to 6 months in the fridge.
 

Talons

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That's what my intent is - to sell our beautiful, pastel-colored 'mini Dino eggs'
But I wanted to be sure about the 'Best By Date'. I'm up to about 120 eggs, with 5-7 eggs coming in per day. (We just started in Sept)
 

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Eggs live better longer in the refrigerator, and that's going to make buyers happier.
If you use your room temperature eggs within a short time, fine, but there's really no substitute for that ice box!
Mary
 

Talons

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Thanks for the info. At this point, we're only letting them sit on the counter, in cartons, for a week or so. Then they go into the fridge. When it's time to eat (or sell), we wash, dry, and prep.
 

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