Chicken eggs are meant to be white. That's right, those “brown” eggs at the store are less natural than the white ones. The original wild chicken laid white eggs. But sometime after domestication, a little mutation popped up that caused the hen's body to put brown pigment on the outside of the egg.
Beside this, how do I know what breed my chicken is?
Each of them vary from others by their feathers color, size, characteristics and even color and size of eggs. The best way to identify a chicken breed is to look first at it's weight and height, feather color and it's behavior. If you are raising chickens for a long time, it will be very easy for you.
Also, which breed of chicken is the friendliest?
Orpington Chickens are a friendly breed
- Easter Egger.
- Golden Buff.
- Plymouth Rock.
- Rhode Island Red.
- Silkies (and most other bantams)
Why broiler chicken is white?
White broilers are white because the original breeding stock was white. They were originally bred sometime in the 1950s by crossing white Plymouth Rocks with white Cornish, and another name for a white broiler is a Cornish/Rock Cross or Cornish X. There are chickens bred for meat that are not white.
What is a fart egg?
1. Yolk-less Eggs. Sometimes called dwarf, wind or—my personal favorite—fart eggs, an egg without a yolk is usually a young pullet's first attempt at laying. These oddities are characterized by their small size, round shape and resemblance to grapes or marbles. Naturally, those eggs were destroyed.