June/July 2017

Selling Eggs As A Business

Eggs as a Business

A look at marketing, storage, and labeling that will help if you plan to use your poultry eggs as a business. Whether you are a backyard chicken keeper looking to expand your flock into a business or a total newbie to chickens hoping to create a livestock business, there are a lot of factors to consider when selling eggs in the retail market. To be successful at selling eggs, not only do you have to learn about raising birds on a larger scale, but you must also gain skills in marketing and business. There are a lot of pieces to consider when starting an egg business, but it is worth the effort involved.

Issue Highlights

  • Top 10 Chicken Breeds for an Egg Business
  • How to Get Colored Duck Eggs
  • Get to Know Pigeons

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