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36-Egg - Walled


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Paper Egg Tray | 36 Cell

General Information

  • Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
  • 36-egg 6x6 paper egg create filler flat
  • Also Available in Plastic


  • S-XL chicken (43-63g) eggs
  • Tray dimensions: 11.875" x 11.875"
  • Cell dimensions (WxH): 1.5" x 2.625"
  • Tray weight (ounces): 3
  • How we measure our Egg Cartons!

Other Uses

  • Collectors Tray
  • Spart Parts Storage
  • Machined Parts Shipping
  • & more! 

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Maria Perge

They are great

We are happy to hear this. Thank you so much for the feedback!

Anthony Gentile

Work great

not for duck eggs

I bought these as they were a similar dimension to the duck egg cartons. They are not nearly as deep, and unstackable with duck eggs, duck eggs come over the top of the walls.

Hi Nancy, thank you for your review! We appreciate all the feedback we receive. We are sorry to hear that these trays did not work out for you. This is definitely a disappointment! I was just looking over our product descriptions, which duck carton were you looking at when looking at the dimensions? If you would like to look into returning these trays, feel free to shoot us an email at Again, thank you for your review!

Dawn Sheehan
Egg crates review

they work well for our company needs

Domingo Franciamore

Our company, D. F. & B. Precision Mfg., Inc, has been using flats and trays for years, both for in-process and for shipping finish product to our customers. The consistent size and quality of the trays gives us peace of mind our parts will arrive to their destination undamaged. Wish would make more custom trays in bigger sizes too.

Hi Domingo! Thank you for the positive review! We appreciate your long term business. We just installed this application to leave reviews, so your feedback means a lot to us!


Ask a Question
  • Should I place the egg trays vertically or horizontally in my dubia roach container?

    It is recommended to place the egg trays vertically inside your cricket or dubia roach container. When stacked vertically it allows for ventilation and evaporation. Dubia roaches, crickets, and other feeding insects release a natural biological matter known as frass. A build up of frass on paper products such as egg trays can create an environment prone to mold and mildew, which could lead to a health risk to your colony. Stacking the egg trays vertically allows for the frass to fall to the bottom of the container.  

  • How many egg trays should I place in my dubia roach container?

    It is recommended to use as many egg trays as it takes to fill the entire floor space of the container, except for about 6" of space on one end for food and water.

  • Why do feeder insects need egg trays?

    Feeder insects such as crickets and Dubia roaches are territorial and don't typically live among hundreds like they do in captivity. Male crickets and roaches have a tendency to fight eachother, so giving them a place to hide within the pockets of an egg tray gives the insects a private place to hide.
    Feeder insects are also known for nibbling and chewing, making egg trays are a great source of natural fiber that will not harm your colony.

  • Can this tray be used with feeder insects suck as crickets and dubia roaches?

    Cricket Crates, also known as egg trays are a great source of fiber for your feeder insects, this egg tray would work great for all of your feeder insects including crickets, dubia roaches, and beetles.