- Blue Laced Red Wyandottes
The Wyandotte chicken is an American breed of chicken developed in the 1870s. The Blue Laced Red Wyandottes are beautiful chickens that have a blue laced red color pattern which is buff/red in color with a blue that looks just like grey around the edge of every feather. This chicken makes an excellent pet and is good for eggs and/or meat. They will on occasion go broody and they make excellent mothers. They work well in confinement or free range and are a great back yard chicken. Cackle Hatchery® only offers at this time our production type/line not a show type. The Blue Laced Red Wyandotte is not currently recognized by the Standard of Perfection; however, several are working on getting this color recognized.
NOTE: "The blue laced red wyandotte does not breed a true blue color. The blue lacing color will be very light on some, a very good blue lacing on others and some will have a very dark blue/black lacing on others. Just like other blue colored breeds they do not breed true to the same shade of blue. “
Availability Table coming soon. In the meantime, check out the Master Availability Table
PLEASE NOTE: Availability chart is updated weekly and does not reflect the availability of in-store poultry and does not represent a guarantee of shipping date.
We hatch/ship February - September of each season. See Calendar.
In the checkout process, please indicate in the comment section your desired hatch/ship date with desired month or ASAP.
There is an additional small order fee ($20) charged for orders of only 3-14 poultry. We do not ship less than 3 poultry.
- Poultry Show Class: American
- Weights: Hen -------6 1/2 lbs Rooster----8 1/2 lb
Pullet-------5 1/2 lbs Cockerel---7 1/2 lbs
- Purpose and Type: Primary production, Egg Laying & Pet/Secondary meat source
- Egg Shell Color: Brown
- Egg Production: 180-260 eggs per year. (estimates only, see FAQ)
- Egg Size: Medium
- Temperament: Docile
- Fertility Percentage: 60-75%
- Broody: Setter
- Mating Ratio: 9 Females to 1 Male
- Roost Height: 2 to 4 feet
- Country of Origin: United States
- APA: No
- ALBC: N/A
- Breeder Farm Source: Cackle Hatchery® Poultry Breeding Farm has been developing our bloodline/strain of the Blue Laced Red Wyandotte since 2017.
Very happy Review by Shar, Arizona
Got 7 healthy chicks. Looks like 2 females & 5 males. I've also ordered other chicks from cackle & I'm very happy with that order also. Will definitely be doing more business here. Thank you cackle Hatchery (Posted on 9/15/2019)
Most beautiful Review by TJ HILL
I bought a mix of chickens with 3 straight run blue/red Wyandotte’s. I got one roo and 2 hens. They really are stunning. The colors remind me of Tiffany glass. I’m back to buy more. :-) (Posted on 3/10/2019)
Blue laced red Wyandotte’s Review by Chris
All 15 and 3 extra arrived less then 24 hrs . All are healthy and very active . Great service . Would definitely order from cackle again (Posted on 3/7/2019)
Worth the wait Review by Paul
Bought 6 blue laced red wyandottes. Got 7 healthy chicks 4 roos and 3 hens. Took forever to start laying lol over 9 months. Gorgeous birds especially roosters. Really winter hardy. Eat alot too! lol a must have breed. (Posted on 2/15/2019)
The most beautifull girls on the yard Review by Jason California
I am checking in 6 moths after my order. I ordered 3 dozen chicks all of the Wyandotte breed. all chicks arrived alive and very energetic. I ended up with 6 males and 6 female of the blue laced reds. I was hoping for a few more females but that's how it goes when you order a strait run. I will be ordering another batch this spring as soon as the weather warms and the grass starts growing again. (Posted on 1/14/2019)
Beautiful healthy babies Review by Chicken Mama
Just got my babies today. All are fine healthy birds. Looks like we got 9 hens and 2 roos. Another happy customer! Thats why I keep ordering from y'all. (Posted on 7/26/2018)
Blue laced red wyandotte/gold laced cochins Review by Lori
I ordered 20 chicks and all arrived healthy including the extra chick. Will definatly order again (Posted on 6/24/2018)