Dark Brown Egg Layer Chicken Breeds
Fresh eggs taste good and are packed with nutrition, but one quality of fresh eggs that rarely gets commented upon is their aesthetically pleasing aspect -- they are just pretty. Brown and white eggs mixed together in a bowl are nice to look at. Add in some dark brown eggs and the visual pleasure increases.
There is no difference in the nutritional value of white, brown or dark brown eggs. The difference is simply the color. If you love the idea of aesthetically pleasing eggs, try adding Welsummer chickens or Black Copper Marans to your flock!