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Egg prices remain high in first month of 2023

Barred Rock chickens roost in their coop this month at Historic Wagner Farm in Glenview, Ill. Anyone going to buy a dozen eggs these days will have to be ready to pay up. That’s because a lingering bird flu outbreak, combined with soaring feed, fuel and labor costs, has led to prices more than doubling over the past year.

Egg prices have remained high this month, following concerns about increases in grain costs and the impacts of bird flu on agriculture.

Source: The Tribune-Review

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