So, we got our girls this spring. They free roam for the better part of the day, and have layer feed in their coop (which they only seem to go into at night), so i suspect that the majority of what they eat is what they find in the yard, and that's probably made up of about 75% crickets (we seem to have the perfect ecosystem for crickets), plus grass and whatever else they find. We throw a few handfuls of corn into their run each morning as well. Getting into this, I was expecting that eating a mostly 'wild' diet, that they'd have deep yellow yolks like the omega-3 eggs you get at the store. The eggs we get are delicious, but the yolks are very consistent with 'regular' eggs - maybe just a bit more yelllow (but that might be my imagination). Any thoughts on yolk colors and what influences them?