Domestic egg production rebounding, industry says

Domestic egg production rebounding, industry says

With supply returning to more normal levels, egg prices are expected to come down in the first quarter of 2016.

The U.S. egg supply is rebounding well after a tough six months for the egg industry brought on by a devastating outbreak of avian influenza, says the American Egg Board in a release. It cites egg imports, fewer exports and unaffected farms increasing production as factors besides affected farms repopulating as contributing to the supply recovery.

The Egg Industry Center in Ames, Iowa, reports half of layers lost in 2015 have already been replaced and flocks should be at or near

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