From the searching that I've done... I realize that this question gets asked a whole lot. So before my question, just a little background of what I have planned: I have a flock of about 50 dual breed hens. I'm helping my son get a egg delivery business up and going. My family will of course use our own eggs but the majority will be sold. At the moment we do not wash the eggs and only wipe off dirt with a dry cloth. They then get stored in a storage tote and put in our cool crawl space. Even this time of year, I doubt that it gets much below 45° down there. We wash them in warm water right before cracking the shell. We plan on giving our customers the choice of receiving washed or unwashed eggs. So... on to the questions: How long will UN-washed eggs stay fresh refrigerated? How long will UN=washed eggs stay fresh UN-refrigerated? Same questions for WASHED eggs.