Eggs are like crazy cheap right now. Like C-R-A-Z-Y cheap.
If you think back, the prices have come down quite a bit since they sky rocketed when bird flu moved though.
Now, with the flu gone and farmers going buck wild with egg production, prices are low.
Maybe too low.
Jane Wells takes a look at how the cage-free egg trend has created a pricing problem for both consumers and producers.
Read the full story at CNBC