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Wyandotte

The Wyandotte chickens originated in America and are named after a Native American tribe. The Breed was standardised in 1883 but breeding is vague; a cross breed between the cochin female and the Silver Spangled Hamsburgh male & other varieties to get the different colours – blue, black, buff, white, red, gold-laced, silver-laced & partridge.

They have bright red rose combs, yellow legs and a pleasing rounded body. They are hardy birds adapting to hot and cold temperatures happily. Church Farm’s Black-laced Wyandotte bantams lay lots of good sized eggs. They are calm & friendly birds, quite at home roaming their pens and meeting the public. Unusually we have 2 cockerels who get on very well together; their only competition is to see who can crow the loudest.

Church Farm’s Black-laced Wyandotte bantams lay lots of good sized eggs. They are calm & friendly birds, quite at home roaming their pens and meeting the public. Unusually we have 2 cockerels who get on very well together; their only competition is to see who can crow the loudest.