The first time I saw these birds, I became obsessed with them, and HAD to have one. Fearing hatchery stock would turn out terrible, I searched high and low for a breeder within reasonable distance (I like to see where my birds are coming from, especially when I may be integrating them into an existing flock), but I had absolutely NO luck. SO, I checked craigslist. On rare occasion, there are some available, but usually the splash or black birds, and the quality is abhorant, even to my untrained eye. So, finally I got brave, and ordered from a hatchery...just two. Just in case I ended up with a couple of those horrid monsters for sale on craigslist (they had to be getting them from somewhere, right?). Well, as it turns out, my BEAUTIFUL (in my oppinion) Candi and Jasmine are just wonderful. They are pretty, recognisable as wyandottes, and have fabulous coloring (mind you, I feel they are fabulous for hatchery birds). So, I ordered three more from the same place (two of which I fear are roos, and the third is black/red). Now, I would like to know what a good quality BLRW looks like. Do you have some? I would LOVE to see some pictures. From what I understand BLRW are not able to be entered in shows yet. What makes a wyandotte show quality? And of course, for your viewing pleasure, Candi and Jasmine in all their hatchery bird glory!