This is what pastured, free-range, non-vegetarian-eating chicken eggs look like:
My little flock of five buff orpingtons and one half-banty hen laid these. These ladies and their two rooster fellows roam the property, eating any hapless bug, seed, fruit fall, compost veggie, and occasional grain-free cat food in their path. Look at that lovely orange color. The taste is so much better than vapid store-bought eggs and sometimes I have to hit them on the counter twice to crack them - the shells are strong. Some egg purveyors call their chickens "pasture-raised" or "free-range" but then raise them in small barren pens on factory-packaged grain products. The telltale signs are a pale yellow yolk and a thin shell. Don't be fooled.