The Silver Laced Wyandotte was the first color variety and arguably the most elegant of the Wyandotte breed. This popular dual purpose breed was developed in the 1870s and was admitted to the standard in 1883. These large birds thrive in regions with colder climates and can adapt well to confinement. They typically lay around 200 light brown, medium size eggs per year.
We do NOT carry hatchery Silver Laced Wyandottes! Our main flock is derived directly from Jerry Foley. This bloodline is recognized for its stunning and near perfect lacing around a deep body type. With this being said our flock makes a great choice for someone who would like to raise birds for the poultry shows. While they are an excellent choice for show enthusiast, they also make great additions to the backyard flock.