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Would you like to make an extra $1,000 from selling chicken eggs on your small farm? In our free guide, we will show you how to make money selling eggs and with what you’ll need to get started.

Introduction

Free-range chicken eggs are getting more and more popular. And there is a good reason for this. Not only do free-range chickens live a healthier life, the eggs are also a lot healthier to consume.

Because of this, free-range chicken eggs can be sold for around $4 to $5 a dozen making them a good way to make extra money on your farm.

 

What Do I Need to Start Raising Chickens and Selling Eggs

As with all businesses, there are startup costs that you need to consider when starting out with free-range or pastured chickens. Your startup costs will include things like a coop, fencing, feeders, waterers, and the chickens themselves.

The good thing is I’m going to show you what you’ll need and show you where to get it.

Also, once you have these items, they should last you a while and you shouldn’t have to keep spending money on them.

In our free eBook below, we will take you through each of these items and show you exactly what you will need to get started.

 

How Much Money Will I Make Selling Eggs

How would you like to make an extra $1,000 selling eggs?

In our free eBook below, we will walk you through the math for what it will take to make an extra $1,000 on your small farm selling eggs.

You can also scale this model up and make even more.

 

How Do I Start Raising Chickens and Selling Eggs

Just download our free eBook below on How to Make an Extra $1,000 on Your Small Farm and you will be on your way.

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Casey

My name is Casey and I'm the creator of Farmhacker.com. I created this site so I could share with you everything I know about farming and hopefully help you become a better farmer in the process.

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