Each state is different, however there are several 'grey' areas within the dept of ag code that may allow you to sell your eggs without all the red tape. You are selling a product (non value added)on the same property from which it was produced. Here, a consumer can go to a farm and buy eggs and other commodities without any problems. If I were to try and sell retail off the farm, then I would be held to all the regulations mentioned above. I have a Georgia Egg Candlers license and a Poultry License that allows me to sell at places like flea markets, etc. (Eggs have to be refridgerated to approx 41 degrees) As of right now, Tennessee has no such licensing requirements.
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