I don't have chickens yet. Don't have a place for them yet. Working on that but not there yet. Anyway, I've been buying eggs. There is a place that has a flock of free range chickens that sells their eggs at one of the local farmers markets. They are expensive but generally have been good. Occasionally, though, there will be eggs that are bloody or with big enough spots in them that, honestly, I just don't want to eat them. It only happens once in a while but it's not something I particularly like, especially paying a premium for the eggs. So I did get to wondering whether when I get to the point where I'd like to sell eggs again, should I candle them? I don't want to give people eggs that aren't so good, even if it's just occasionally. If they are pretty nasty looking, I'd just as soon cull them completely. If they're just a bit larger spot, I would be OK keeping them for personal use. But I don't want to give an egg customer a reason not to buy my eggs by selling them less than great eggs, especially if I'm selling them at a premium price. Curious if any of you candle your eggs for sale or grade them in any way other than the obvious size or shell deformations type of thing. Thanks for the input!