|Blue Laced Red Wyandottes|
Wyandottes were created in the United States in the 1870's. They are a dual purpose bird, laying as many as 240 medium to large sized light brown eggs a year. They weigh in at 6 lbs for hens and 8 1/2 lbs for roosters making them a great selection as meat chickens. They are gentle, docile and inquisitive and make great pets as well. The Blue Laced Red Wyandotte is a new color of Wyandotte that is currently a work in process with a large following. Their rose comb makes them an excellent candidate as a cold weather bird because their combs won't freeze, which can be a problem for single combed breeds. Our line of BLRW are very tame and easily to handled. They are a real joy to have and be around, not only because of their beautiful looks, but because of their wonderful personality.
|Silver Laced Wyandottes|
Silver Laced Wyandottes
The Silver Laced Wyandotte was developed in New York State in the latter part of the 19th century and early 20th century.These beautifully colored Wyandottes are a good, medium-weight fowl for small family flocks and can be kept under rugged conditions. They are a very forgiving bird and the hens make good mothers. Their attractive "curvy" shape, generally good disposition and very attractive color pattern make them a good choice for fanciers as well as farmers. Our Silver Laced Wyandottes do especially well at poultry shows due to their great conformation and lacing. If you are wanting an excellent show bird that does well this would be a another great choice.
Our Silver Laced Wyandotte won Reserve Champion American Class 2011 in Fancy Feathers Show in New Braunfels Texas.