My wife and I went up to Amish country today. People were selling eggs, and since we've been talking about bringing some new blood into the flock, we started looking for someone who had roosters in with the hens. We found a place and I got a couple of dozen eggs for hatching (grand total, $2.50, woot!), but I need some help figuring out what kind of chickens they are. The pullets/hens were basically white, with a brown underbelly / back end. There was no apparent pattern to the brown, and it was a plain dirt brown, not reddish like on a Rhode Island Red. The Amish man told me they were Gold Campines, but the markings aren't remotely close. They weren't barred, and they were mostly white instead of gold. Further, their eggs are dark brown, and campines lay white eggs. Speaking of the eggs, they were darker than anything we get from our Orps / RIRs / Barred Rocks, but not as dark as maran eggs. I can post egg pictures if need be. Any ideas on what kind of chicken is white and brown? Thanks in advance!