The two eggs on the left are from ISA Browns, the other three are from Barred Rocks. The Browns lay slightly longer eggs that are a little lighter, whereas the Rocks lay the slightly darker shorter eggs.
We had three eggs by nine this morning, and one was the first to be laid in the mailbox nest. The Browns are only beginning to lay, and according to the interwebs, they are egg layers supreme.
Here’s the mailbox again, for all the people who have worn out old farm stuff lying around. The size is XL.
Chickens like junk just as much as the flock of sheep in Shaun the Sheep.