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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by mikaelB, Oct 12, 2013.
Here she is...does she look 'ready' yet?
Her comb and face will get red when she's at point of lay. 24 weeks is an average start time, you've got a few weeks yet.
Nice looking SLW though.
Are you sure she's 6 months old? I believe my wyandottes had more comb and wattles at 6 months when they began laying. She looks younger than 6 months to me.
She is a pretty girl.
I agree, she looks younger than 24 weeks. My 3 Wyandottes took the longest to start laying, which is okay because they're the most beautiful and I considered it a trade off.
Yes, she's a nice bird!
Well, I bought her the first week of august, back then she was about 16-18; so perhaps 22 weeks but not younger than that..She did start sitting on the fake egg in her coop though (yesterday).
I have golden laced wyandottes. They have been laying about a month. By looking at the pic u posted. Someone was mistaken on her age. She looks to me to b young. I would say about a month away.
April 8 hatch date for my wyandottes and should start laying soon, they are showing all the signs.
This is what she looked like when she first began to lay spiratically.
'Dottes are a slower maturing breed but she looks about like a 4 month old in the pic. I have 3 3-4 month old 'dottes and 2 7-8 month 'dottes right now. If she is just super slow in maturing and is at least 22 weeks old, I'd say your a month or two from seeing eggs out of her since she has no face color or comb/wattle growth. IMHO