The difference between a white egg and a brown egg is the breed of bird.

Nutritionally nothing is different between a brown and white egg.

All about the egg 

The difference between a white egg and a brown egg is the breed of bird.

Nutritionally nothing is different between a brown and white egg.

The differences in price are due to the differences In the breed of chicken,

a brown bird eats more fed and is a stocker, therefore more expensive for the farmer.

Egg yolks can change colour depending on the type of feed that a hen is fed.

If a hen is fed more of a wheat-based diet, the yolk will tend to be a pale yellow, and a corn-based diet will produce a deeper yellow yolk. While yolk colour can range from pale yellow to deep orange, it does not affect the egg's flavour, nutrient value, or quality.

Regardless of the type of feed, farmers will work with nutritionists to ensure that the laying hens are getting the vitamins and nutrients they require for good health.

Chickens receive a well-balanced diet consisting of grains such as corn, wheat, barley, rye or oats, and various sources of protein, vitamins, and minerals.

but chickens in the wild will also often scratch at the soil to search for seeds, insects, and even animals as large as lizards, small snakes, or young mice or even their own egg if it breaks open 

Hens receive a well-balanced diet consisting of grains such as corn, wheat, barley, rye or oats, and various sources of protein, vitamins, and minerals.

Hens will always have access to freshwater.

If the hens have outdoor access, they will eat almost anything they can find on the ground, which may include worms and insects, in addition to plants and grains.

A chicken starts laying eggs at 18-21 weeks old 

The difference between a white egg and a brown egg is the breed of bird.

Nutritionally nothing is different between a brown and white egg.

The pecking order is determined by Bigger, more assertive, and more aggressive chickens who bully their way to the top of the flock by pecking the others into submission with their pointy beaks. First, they strut about, fluff their feathers, and squawk, but if that doesn't get the point across, they peck.

The chicken at the top of pecking order has a unique role to play in the flock. Because they are so strong and healthy, it’s their responsibility to keep constant watch for predators and usher the others to safe.ty 

All About the chicken 

The difference between a white egg and a brown egg is the breed of bird.

Nutritionally nothing is different between a brown and white egg.