This breed shares a common ancestor to the Icelandic's. Some look quite similar. They can be crested. In my 2 breeding trios that are mixed together I have Light brown & white pattern and the other color pattern is hmm.. milli fleur? (a mix of many colors). This breed seems to be performing the best in my climate. They have laid eggs large, pinkish. And unlike all the other eggs these haven't split open from freezing during the cold snap. They didnt seem to suffer frost bite as bad as the icelandics They have a friendly temperament and are quite social. Quite different from the Icelandics. I have noticed that this breed doesn't eat or drink as much as my other birds, so this is also a plus. They are medium sized light brown eggs. I will pack the eggs in a carton in a box full of packing peanuts. I like to use the USPS flat rate boxes. Shipping vary's on the box size. The hatch rate last summer was good. I sell chicks for $20 each. Square (Cash) is my preferred payment method. Check out their site, their app is great. I do not guarantee hatch of eggs shipped. note: it takes a few days to gather enough eggs. I have 4 laying hens. The photos are from the fall when they were in the tractor, now they are in a coop surrounded by snow. check out my flock on Facebook: Rachel's Hen House or on my BYC profile page.