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    free range organic eggs - small €2 for 6 eggs, large €2.99 for 6 eggs
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    Quote Originally Posted by oceangrl View Post
    Odd. Hope you got what you were looking for and realized this forum is not your play ground.

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    Prices in Britain from almost every major retailer, dated July 2013: Farming UK - UK Supermarket Egg Prices Comparison

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    Thanks for that.... Are you the hall monitor?
    No I am sure not.

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    $3-4 per dozen, depending wether or not I buy free range or pasteurized.

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    $3.50/dzn at the market on the farm.

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    $2.00 per dozen from a friend.
    Some of you may die, but that is a risk I'm willing to take.

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    $2.00 a dozen from one person
    $2.50 a dozen from another.

    Both are free range ect... (actually I can see them when I go pick up the eggs)

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    $3/dozen. A co-worker's grandma keeps the chickens out in the yard. Co-worker brings them to my house for that price.

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    Three something for "free range" which as everyone knows prolly means a barn with an open door.
    Six for true local pasture, but I have to go a specific place on a specific day to get them... I did last year but lost the habit over the winter.
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