They're so purdy. Reminds me of mine when we had them. A great chook for temperament, and an excellent breed for suburban backyards.I did notice mine were quick to come of the lay too, but it all mattered how much sunlight they got. I have two coops. One is higher on the hill than the other. The Wyandottes laid better in the higher coop, because they got more sunlight first thing in the morning and last thing at night. It was important during winter because that's when the daylight hours were short.
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