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on July 9, 2022

Hot summer, low hen numbers and high US shell egg prices

The recent heat wave, inflation and avian influenza are all having major effects on the U.S. shell egg market.

The U.S. egg market has seen large increases in shell egg market prices since the beginning of June through the July 4th holiday.

May is traditionally one of the worst periods for shell egg demand due to retailers shifting their attention toward grilling items as they prepare for summer…

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