How it works


  • up to 7,000 eggs per hour
  • integrated ink pad
  • approx. 20,000 imprints per ink filling
  • easily refillable
  • certified ink in green, red and black colour
  • perfect imprint without touching the egg
  • up to 300,000 imprints per stamp
  • no maintenance costs
  • clean, simple and save
  • a lot cheaper than inkjet


eggid Egg Stamp 
red, green or black, pre-soaked, for up to 30,000 imprints

stocktitled stamp $44.90**

with individual producer code or text (font: Arial) $49.90**

with individual fonts, logo or artwork $59.90**

eggid Egg Stamp Ink
5 bottles á 1,5ml (approx. 20,000 imprints each) for refill, red, green or black


**plus $9.90 shipping costs per order inside the continental U.S.

After your order you will receive an e-mail with the acknowledgement of order in writing. Your order will be shipped within 10-15 business days.

Why the writing on the egg?

In order to ensure backtracking of all eggs to the layer house, a marking obligation for eggs is applied for Europe since 2004. The stamp on the egg has to give information on husbandry, origin and the laying farm number.



What is written on the egg?

The first digit of the value of 0 to 3 of the imprint stands for the type of farming of the laying hens:


0 = organic production
1 = free range
2 = deep litter 
3 = battery cage

The following letters are the codes for the country of origin of the eggs
For example:

DE = Germany 
NL = Netherlands
FR = France
PL = Poland
AT = Austria

The following two numbers give information on the county of the laying farm,
For example:

07 = Rhineland-Palatinate 
08 = Bavaria
09 = Baden Wuertemberg
10 = Saarland

The next 4 digits represent the farm number and the last digit is the stable number of the laying farm.