Sorry to hear about you not getting much for your eggs. You'd think folks would pay a premium for the exotic eggs, like quail, duck and guinea. But there has to be a demand for them too, I guess.
Our pasture is very hilly, and now the fencing is incomplete at best. It used to be where the old family horse was kept. A couple years ago, in the winter, she kept getting out and grazing in our yard. We could never figure how she would slip thru, even in the snow.
Finally my bro in law built up a fenced area for her in front of their place. But, occasionally she gets out and wanders over here. I have some fruit trees down by the barn, and I worry about her getting loose and snacking on them. They're fenced in, but she could easily reach over it.
Since she's been moved we have removed some of the fence line, there's no use for it now, and we sure ain't getting no cows..