ok. I know white chickens are supposed to lay white eggs... these are white pullets, no other color except for their combs & wattles - their 'ears' are white...there is no indication that they will lay brown eggs, but I think they are !!! We have seen each of our 3 white pullets in the nesting boxes many times. They do the egg song, clucking away, they do the 'egg squat', all signs that they want to lay, but we've never seen them exit & leave an egg We have never seen our Barred Rock pullets in the nesting boxes - ever. They do not squat and I am pretty sure they aren't old enough to lay yet when we count the eggs - all of them brown - someone, either a white pullet or a barred rock has to be laying so, is it at all possible that a white layer could maybe laying a brown egg ????