Black Laced Silver Wyandotte?

What color egg's do Silver Laced Wyandottes lay?

Silver Laced Wyandotte Egg Laying. The eggs of the silver laced Wyandotte are light, medium, or dark brown in color. What is this? Silver laced Wyandotte hens can sometimes be quite broody, which means that they are intent on letting their eggs hatch.

Are Silver Laced Wyandottes aggressive?

Temperament – Wyandottes are generally docile and friendly, but some individuals can be aggressive. Adaptability – Wyandottes tolerate confinement well, and they are also good foragers, which makes them well suited for free ranging.

Are Silver Laced Wyandottes good layers?

Silver Laced Wyandottes are colorful, hardy, and hens are productive layers. Their broad-feathered, smooth fitting silver-white plumage is sharply marked with lustrous greenish black edging. Their close-fitting rose comb and good body size are valuable assets for colder weather and winter laying.

What size eggs do Silver Laced Wyandotte lay?

They are dual-purpose birds and are raised for both eggs and meat. Females will lay approximately 150 to 220 eggs per year. The eggs are medium in size with brownish shells. The hens are known for being fantastic mothers and going broody.