Assume your family has allergies, food and environmental, which you presume to be somewhat related to consumption of GMOs, thus you're trying to eradicate them in your diet on your quest to heal your family's allergies/illnesses. However, you're also bordering low income and on an extremely tight food budget feeding 8 people. You're new to TF (this year) and at the moment you can only find 2 sources of eggs.
1. Pastured, but not organic. The chickens are most definitely fed soy, which is pretty much guaranteed to contain GMOs, and you know that eggs from chickens fed soy are found to contain soy. Plus, the chickens probably aren't all that healthy if they're being fed GMOs. However, who knows how much of the feed they are really getting at this time of year when they are pastured? These are $2.50/doz
2. Organic "free range" eggs in the supermarket. Almost definitely fed organic soy, so presumably non-GMO soy. However, also unlikely to be living on pasture and getting nice good bugs and weeds to eat. Also, probably much less "fresh" than the eggs in scenario 1, where they are collected the day you buy them. These are $6/doz.
The more I learn it seems the more concerned/confused I am, so I could use some WWYD advice here. At the moment I've been going with option 1, but want to make sure I'm making the best choices, of course.