We have five egg-laying hens. They are even-bodied, and have large, black pupils surrounded by orange-brown iris. Pale orange beaks. Orange legs. Thick legs, but not immensely so. Four toes, slightly curved claws. The claws are layered and frequently catch dirt beneath them. White feathers. The chickens can fly pretty far if they start from a vantage point. They are aggressive, as if they could be roosters, but we know they aren't. Thin, small, reddish orange combs that do not flop or go up at all; just rests on the head. No feathers on legs. One has a natural, beige-tan marking on both wings. They ruffle their feathers often. One has just begun to lay eggs, though the egg is small. Today I picked up the egg from the nest and held it in my hand; I can wrap my fingers around it. It was still warm. I brought it inside, and looked at it. The egg was covered in tiny, white speckles, but where my hand had touched it, the speckles had gone. Remarkably similar to the Rhode Island White, though I am not sure, which is why Im writing this. I need some second opinions. If you have an idea of this breed, please tell. Any questions, just ask. I don't know the exact age, they are mostly pullets but a few just began to lay. Please help.