Pros: Great Layers, Beautiful, Good Foragers
Cons: Very Non-Hardy, Flighty, Low Tolerance
Of the seven Wyandottes I purchased, only 3 (Likely 2, one just had a heatstroke) are living.
The others died of an unknown illness, but while they were alive they layed quite well.
I would not suggest Wyandottes if you want a breed that will last longer than one year.
However, if you do buy 100+ at a time for commercial production of eggs or meat,
i'm sure it would be a good investment. For this breed I suggest fans in your coop during
summer, and lots of Oyster Shell for the eggshells frequently get weak.