This past week we have had trouble finding stores that have eggs for sale. We were baffled as to why the chickens would be going on strike. Then we discovered that the chickens are still producing, but our eggs are being taken out of country. Several large trucks came from Rwanda, went directly to the farmers, and bought all the eggs they had on hand. So...maybe it is the Rwandan chickens who are on strike! There are also several buyers that come from Sudan, buy up the eggs, and then sell them for double the price as they are purchased here. I'm not sure why the Ugandan chickens lay eggs better than other countries, but we thank God for farm-fresh eggs!