I get a dozen a week and all the hugs I want from my daughter's children - free.
Really, she only sells to neighbors and friends for $2 a dozen for the large organic, free range chicken eggs and $3 for the extra large (store carton just closes). Her eggs are white, brown, a light shade of blue or green. As itsme said the color does not make a difference, it is the type of chicken (plus grocery store can charge more for the brown eggs.) - Mike
If you are raising chickens, bake the shells of the eggs you eat, crush them up and feed back to the chickens. (but the shells should be baked and crushed so the chickens do not start eating good eggs.