Pros: They lay good eggs and are very tame.
Gold Star Reviews
They are lovely hens and if you treat them they can become very tame like my Goldie she is close to being 2 years old now and she is still laying some times she slows down her laying in the winter but i still get eggs!! I love Gold Stars, and I love my Goldie. HenGirl2002
Pros: Great Layer, Friendliest
Our Gold Star is a rock star of a laying hen. She not only lays almost everyday in warm weather, she also lays nice large eggs. She is the first to come running when you come near the coop and always squats to be picked up. I will not be getting more chickens when these finally go, but if I were I would definitely have a Gold Star in the flock.
Pros: Early egg layer, friendly, unafraid, sweet, quiet
Cons: Vulnerable to predators
We have a flock of six chickens and two ducks, and we have one Gold Star. She is by far our friendliest of the flock, she comes running whenever we bring out food and treats, and was the first to be tamed and eat out of our hands. She is quiet and really sweet, and she started laying eggs at only 18 weeks old! We're on our first chickens, but knowing the differences between our breeds so far (we also have a Rhode Island Red, Delaware x Hampshire, Plymouth Rock, and two Sicilian Buttercups) we probably would have sprung for more Gold Stars if we'd known how great she'd turn out to be. We will definitely consider more of this breed in the future. Similar to the...(read more)
Pros: lay eggs every day
Cons: chase new girls that were added to flock
I have two Red Stars and they lay every day, I mean, every day. They are friendly and like to be petted. They love to be the first in line to come outside to free range.
Pros: friendly, good layer
Cons: flies the coop a lot
Just noticed there is also a Golden Star Sex Link listed. This is the same breed. A hybrid, part Rhode Island Red. Mine likes to fly over the fence into the neighbor's yard. Gets along with the other hens, doesn't mind being held. Good early layer of large brown eggs.