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Wyandotte

Blue Laced Red Wyandotte
The original development of these came from crossing Silver Laced and Golden Laced varieties of Wyandotte's. After much work the Blue Laced Red was developed from this cross.

Silver Laced Wyandottes
It is colorful, hardy, and productive. The general appearance is silvery white and lustrous greenish black as each feather is edged in a contrasting color. The close-fitting rose comb and good body size are valuable assets for winter laying. They lay a nicely shaped, good sized egg, varying from light to rich brown and will set some. This is another excellent variety for exhibition.

Columbian Wyandottes
Columbian Wyandottes are an unusual and attractive variety. They have the same deep, well rounded bodies and close set comb of all Wyandottes, and are of medium size. Appearance is handsome with white bodies, and contrasting neck, tail, and wing plumage which are black with silvery white edging.

White Wyandottes
Their plumage is snow white from the clean, outer feathers clear to the fluff next to their yellow skin. These, with the deep, well rounded bodies, make an ideal bird for dressing. The hens lay a high quality, brown-shelled egg and lots of them. The White Wyandottes are a wonderful dual purpose fowl for the production of both meat and eggs.

Golden Laced Wyandottes
This variety is a beautiful combination of rich golden bay laced with lustrous greenish black. The general feather pattern is very similar to the Silver Laced Wyandottes.