An 11-year-old boy from North Carolina has started selling fresh eggs to a local bakery to help the owner save money. According to a report by Fox News, Liam Seitz had been raising chickens for over a year and had a surplus of eggs, so he decided to approach the owner of the bakery, who was previously purchasing eggs from a grocery store, with a proposal. The bakery owner agreed to buy eggs from Liam, who now supplies him with 10 to 12 dozen eggs a week.
Liam is also making a profit from the sale of his eggs, which he plans to save for college. The young entrepreneur has now expanded his business and sells eggs to other customers in his community. He has also used some of his earnings to invest in more chickens and chicken coops. Liam’s initiative has not only helped him earn money, but it has also provided a local business owner with a cheaper and fresher alternative to store-bought eggs.