I have 5 hens. 1 Leghorn (white egg layer), 2 Rhode Island Red (Brown Egg layer) that are 20 weeks old and 1 Barred Rock (Brown egg layer), 1 Marans (dark brown egg layer) that are 16 weeks old. Started getting eggs 2 weeks ago. Since last Friday (7 Nov 2014) I started getting 2 brown eggs per day. Today I picked up 3 brown eggs. I am assuming right now that the RIR and Barred Rock are the laying hens right now and maybe the Marans. Have not gotten any dark brown eggs but have gotten some eggs a deeper brown than the others. No White eggs as of yet. Could the Leghorn be a late bloomer or maybe a different breed? I am beginning to wonder if it might be a White Plymouth Rock. With 5 chickens I was expecting 2 - 3 eggs per day, but was hoping for some white eggs and dark brown eggs just to identify which hens are laying. Is there a way to tell which hens are laying besides using a video camera or separating them out. All hens except the Leghorn take a submissive squat when I pet them. The Leghorn occasionally will do it but not all the time and being that the Leghorn does like to lay on the eggs I am rather sure it is not a young rooster but most likely some other breed. Any suggestions on identifying the bird I bought thinking it was a White Leghorn?