I have 18 purebred blue laced Andalusians plus several mixed that closely resemble purebreds.These from a single hen that I had gotten several years ago. Andalusians are not broody...an EE sat and hatched the Andalusian's eggs. I really liked this original hen and so ordered 16 more last year from Welp hatchery. The girls are always curious, friendly and pretty but can and do effortlessly fly over the 6' ft. fence that encloses the pen and will, except for two that insist on roosting in my Gazeebo, fly back to go inside the chicken house at night. They lay large white eggs all year around. The only down side to owning these is I bring the 3 beautiful roos inside when the temps go very low, like tonight it is 14 degrees, as they have extremely large combs and wattles which will freeze.