This year was a particularly poor year for honey. Most years I get around 250 pounds; this year the yield was a mere 60 pounds.
2012 was the first year I kept track of the daily egg harvest. During the year my hens laid 2273 eggs of which 67 were broken and had to be thrown away. This comes down to nearly 190 eggs per month or a little over 6 eggs per day.
I'm doing a little better than breaking even on the eggs I sell, or at least I will after a few more years considering how much money I spent building the coop. The honey price will need to go up this year. I've been charging the same price for about 13 years now, so it is time to boost the bee economy.