"What’s the difference between white and brown eggs?"
Nutritionally, there is no difference between white and brown eggs. It is as simple as white eggs are laid by white-feathered hens and brown eggs are laid by brown-feathered hens.
Brown eggs tend to cost more because the brown hens are larger than the white ones and typically eat more feed.
Watch fourth-generation egg farmer Josiah explain.
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