OK, so we have several chickens. Not as many as a lot of people have, but we will be getting more when we start hatching from the incubator/broody girls this Spring/Summer. Here's all the breeds/chickens we have: Roosters: Marty(RIR) Foghorn(Splash Cochin) Older pullets: Cinnamon(Red Star)(laying eggs) Linda(Red Star)(laying eggs) Caramel(Buff Orpington)(laying eggs) Setherina(Buff Orpington)(laying eggs) Older hens: Penny(Red Star)(laying eggs) Abby(Red Star)(laying eggs) Younger pullets: Pumpkin(Buff Cochin)(not laying; too young) Raven(Black EE)(not laying; too young) The 2 Buff Orpingtons and the Splash Cochin rooster share one coop. The 4 Red Stars and the RIR rooster share another coop. The two young, not-laying pullets(Raven and Pumpkin) share a brooder box. So, we get about 4-5 eggs a day(2 from the Buffs and some from the Red Stars). Some days we get 6(when all the hens/pullets lay) but usually some Red Stars skip a day or two. This amount of eggs may not seem like much. But trust me, it adds up! We don't use the eggs for much; just for some eating and some feeding to the chickens; once and a while we will give a carton to friends/family if they want one. But we still have like 2+ cartons in the fridge all the time!!! We are going to sell eggs in Spring/Summer, but is it OK to sell them in like winter, when snow is still out? And should we think about selling eggs to people for hatching, since when I crack open any of the eggs, they are usually always fertile! Any other ideas???? Thanks!