The Golden Laced Wyandotte was developed in 1880 when a Silver Laced Wyandotte female were crossed with a crossbred Partridge Cochin and Brown Leghorn male. Golden Laced Wyandotte chicks are brown and black with brown streaks down the back. Some have a light chest, abdomen and wingtips. They have a rose comb with yellow and brown, clean legs and feet. Adult females have gold feathers with greenish black lacing on their body, back, breast and lower thighs. The head is gold and the tail is black. (Ideal Poultry)

Egg Color: BROWN
Egg Size: LARGE
Rate of Lay: 208/Year
Broodiness: Yes