Although they were described as mainly white with a few brown feathers, only one of our hens has the brown coloring--the other twelve have a few cream feathers mixed around their necks and back. Here is our darkest dekalb amberlink hen, Snaggle-Tooth:
Our hens lay light brown to warm brown colored eggs, with an eccelent rate of lay. We see some eggs with light speckling occasionally. During the warmer months, we get one egg from each chicken every day. In the winter, this rate drops a bit, with each hen missing a day every other week or so. All in all, we recieve 75-91 eggs every week from our 13 hens. Not bad!
I would recommend this breed of chicken to anyone looking an easy to care for hen that lays an abundance of brown eggs.