California poultry farmers produced 311 million eggs in April 2015, down 9 million from March and down 78 million from April 2014. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Pacific Region Poultry Report, the average number of chickens producing eggs remained the same from March to April, but was down 21 percent from last year.I'll be delving into the reasons for this decline. Watch for my story at CapitalPress.com in the coming days.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Fewer eggs being produced in California, says USDA
From the California Farm Bureau Federation: