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Egg prices are high, could go higher

Texas Crop and Weather Report – Jan. 24, 2023 Egg prices continue to set all-time per-dozen price records, and a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert does not expect that trend to reverse in the near future. David Anderson, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension economist, Bryan-College Station, said inflationary pressure and the worst avian flu outbreak in…
Egg cartons are shown in Brookshire Brothers on Monday, Jan 23, 2023 in College Station, Texas. (Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife Marketing and Communications)

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Bexar County Youth Gardens program at Locke Hill Elementary School in San Antonio, Texas, on May 25, 2021. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife Marketing and Communications)