Chickens need between twenty-four and twenty-six hours to produce one egg.
After a half-hour rest, they start the process over again.
Occasionally they will stop laying and rest from between three to ten days.
The color of the eggs’ shells has nothing to do with their quality.
Brown eggs come from hens with red feathers and red earlobes, while white eggs come from chickens with white feathers and white earlobes.