On the recent post about Joel Salatin and his farm day event I noted the supermarket I use had starting carrying $1.99 dozen large eggs advertised as being from hens fed only a vegetable diet. Carton, among a couple of other health benefits, noted they were 20% less in choresteral (sp?) than regular eggs. At the time I said I doubted they would sell in a rural community like Waverly. Was in the store today and asked the Ass't Manager about them. He said, much to their surprise also, they are selling OK. They aren't flying off the shelf, but they haven't had to dispose of any beyond their best-if-used-by date either. Thus, I stand corrected. Apparently there can be a market for 'health' food in even a fairly rural area.