When shopping at the grocery store, you’ve likely seen everything from stark white eggs to various shades of brown. We’re often asked what the difference is between white eggs and brown eggs, and the answer is simple: the color of the egg is determined by the breed of the hen. White eggs come from hens with white feathers and white ear lobes, and brown eggs come from hens with red feathers and red ear lobes. Regardless of the color of the egg, color makes no difference in the nutritional value, quality or taste of eggs. So when it comes to brown vs. white, it’s all about your preference!
April | 2013 | Willamette Egg Farms of Oregon
There are over 37,000 family farms in Oregon, and we are proud of be one of them. To celebrate these farms producing over 220 products, the Oregon Department of Agriculture has teamed up with KATU and other partners to create “Celebrate Oregon Agriculture,” an initiative sharing information and tips about how to enjoy Oregon agriculture.
Monthly segments have been airing on AM Northwest, and our farm was honored to be the focus of today’s feature. Click here to view the segment, and visit the Celebrate Oregon Agriculture page to view past segments!