Flock statistics for June 2009, circulated on August 15, 2009 in a  report from Don Bell, included the following key egg industry values:
 
• Estimated 2009 year-end complement = 277.2 million table egg layers
• July 1, 2009 hen complement  = 276.2 million producing birds (excludes hens in molt).
• Proportion of U.S. flock undergoing molt on July 1 = 3.4%
• Proportion of U.S. flock completed molt July 1 = 20.2%
• Total table eggs produced in June = 6,285 million
• Projected 2009 total production = 76.7 billion eggs
• Six month average U.S. hen week production = 75.3%
• Average U.S. cost of production in July 2009 = 57.5 cents
• Average mid-month egg price (cents/dozen) mid-July = 55.9 cents
• Proportion of U.S. eggs broken through June 2009 = 30.8%
• 2009 estimate of per capita egg consumption = 249.5
• Exports of table eggs in shell form, January-May 2009 = 0.89% of U.S. production
• Export of egg products January-May 2009 = 1.36% of U.S. production
• Proportion of exports in relation to total U.S. production January-May 2009 = 2.25%
• U.S. average feed cost January-July 2009 $207.40/ton = 59.4 cents/dozen 
 
The major trends in comparing current values to 2008 include:
 
• 19% decrease in average U.S. feed cost
• 13.5% decrease in feed cost/dozen
• 2.4% decrease in shell eggs broken under federal inspection year-to-date
• 37.6% decline in average monthly egg price over seven months, year-to-date (98.5 cents/dozen to 60.9 cents/dozen)
• 1.3% increase in average U.S. rate of lay from 74.3% to 75.3% over six months of 2009
• Virtually static average table egg flock comparing the average with the first six months of 2008 and 2009 respectively