Thanks for stopping over for your FREE Egg Calendar!
Many people have asked how to best organize farm fresh eggs, so you know when they were laid, and especially if you're giving or selling your eggs to others.
This is the best method I've found so far.
I've tried egg stamps and marking each egg, but I've found that this is the fastest and most efficient way, and it allows me to write a personal note on the paper also, if I need to.
I've created this 8 1/2 x 11 inch standard PDF paper sheet, which has 12 individual egg calendars on it. If you put this listing in your cart and check out (you pay nothing - its free!), then you can save it to your computer and print it at home, or through a printing company as many times as you need - in color as it is, or in black and white. It should come through as an automatic digital download, but if you have problems, please reach out. Please make sure you're entering your email address correctly, as it will be delivered to your inbox. If you don't find your download, please also check your junk or spam email folder.
I just cut mine in batches and have them ready at my egg station in the kitchen. I collect the eggs, wash them when appropriate, and place them directly in their cartons. I mark the month and day, and any notes for that particular dozen and put the calendar inside of the carton, ready to give away, sell, use, share or whatever.
I've printed mine at home, but also through document printing companies. I like the Walgreens document print best, for quality and price, if I'm having someone else print them.