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According to the Colorado Egg Act (C.R.S. 35-21-104) "Every person selling poultry eggs within this state shall obtain a dealer's license for each place where such business is conducted."


Please note that any person who produces and sells only at retail (directly to the consumer) less than 250 dozen eggs per month is exempted from licensing with the State of Colorado.


NEW: If you wish to sell your eggs from a location other than the farm, the Class I License for Egg Producer/Dealers is now available. If your operation is not USDA inspected, you will need to be inspected by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.


Egg Dealer Licensing As Of July 1, 2009



 1.     Print the Egg Dealer License Application. Fill in all information in the spaces provided.  If you are a small-flock egg producer with fewer than 3000 birds and wish to sell your eggs off-farm, complete the Producer Questionnaire on the second page of the application.



  • The classification for a first time business is automatically Class II for the initial license period only.  The classification for a small-flock egg producer with fewer than 3000 birds is automatically Class I.  A large producer classification will be based on the volume of eggs sold; Class III through Class VII.


  • The license classes are based upon the average number of dozen eggs sold per week.


  • License periods run for July 1 to June 30 each year and the license must be renewed annually. The license fee cannot be prorated for partial years.


2.     Mark the box that accurately describes your firm's egg sales history and note the fee due for that license class.


3.      Return your completed application with the appropriate fee to our mailing address.